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Speaker Of The Parliament Of Kyrgyz Republic Arrives Tomorrow On A 3-Days Official Visit To Pakistan
Saturday, 11th March, 2017

Islamabad; March 11, 2017: The Speaker of the Parliament of Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Chynybai A. Tursunbekov will be leading the delegation to Pakistan from March 13-15, 2017 on the invitation of the Speaker National Assembly, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq for promoting bilateral parliamentary exchanges and supplementing government-to-government interaction.

The delegation will be received by Deputy Speaker National Assembly, Murtaza Javed Abassi along with senior officials of National Assembly Secretariat at Benazir Bhutto International Airport, Rawalpindi. This visit of the Speaker of the Parliament of Kyrgyz Republic is first ever visit of any Presiding Officer of Kyrgyz Parliament.

During the three days visit, the Parliamentary delegation will call on the Prime Minister, the President, the Chairman Senate, Speaker National Assembly and the Federal Minister for Water and Power. The Speakers of both the Parliaments shall also sign the MoU signing ceremony. Matters pertaining to enhance cooperation between the National Assembly of Pakistan and Kyrgyz Parliament and possibilities of economic cooperation between both the countries will be discussed.The Speaker of the Parliament of Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Chynybai A. Tursunbekov will also address Members of Pak-Kyrgyz Friendship Group.

The visit of the Kyrgyz Parliamentary delegation is intended to inject a new vitality into the bilateral Parliamentary linkages and supplement the endeavors of government in broadening and deepening bilateral ties with Kyrgyz.

Pakistan and Central Asian Republics share huge economic interests in the region. Pakistan is determined to seek deeper integration with the Central Asian Republics in areas of energy, trade and regional stability. On the other hand Pakistan provides landlocked Central Asian states the closest warm water routes for trade.