ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan will leave for Bahrain on Monday on the invitation of King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa to attend the National Day of the country as Guest of Honour.
A spokesperson for the prime minister’s office said the prime minister will be accompanied by a high-level delegation, including cabinet members and senior government officials. He will have one-on-one meetings with King Hamad Bin Isa Khalifa and talks at delegation level with Crown Prince Salman Bin Hamad Khalifa.
The exchange of views will cover the full scope of bilateral and regional and international issues. The Bahrain Supreme Citizenship Award is also presented during the award ceremony.
It should be mentioned here that Pakistan and Bahrain have a close and close relationship based on common beliefs and cultures, which are characterized by mutual trust and understanding.
Bilateral relationships are broad and cover a wide range of issues, including politics, trade, trade, defense, and interaction between people. Frequent contacts at a high level are a characteristic of this relationship. Pakistan and Bahrain work closely together in multilateral fora, including the United Nations, the Organization of the Islamic Conference and the Gulf Cooperation Council.
The two countries have established institutional mechanisms, including bilateral political consultations and mixed ministerial committees, to promote bilateral cooperation in different areas.
Pakistan and Bahrain also enjoy close interparliamentary cooperation. More than 100,000 Pakistani migrant communities that have contributed to the socio-economic development of Bahrain form a strong cultural bridge between the two countries.
Imran Khan’s visit to Bahrain allows both parties to explore ways and means to deepen bilateral trade and investment relationships.
This is Prime Minister Imran Khan’s first visit to Bahrain since taking office in August last year.