Pakistan and Kirgizstan have agreed to boost the parliamentary linkages to explore the avenues for enhanced economic ties for mutual benefit of the people of both the countries.
This was decided in a meeting of Speaker of Kyrgyz Parliament Chynybai A Tursunbekov and Chairman Senate of Pakistan Mian Raza Rabbani here on the sidelines of the Meeting of Special Committee SCCAP) of Asian Parliamentary Assembly (APA) on Creation of the Asian Parliament. Parliamentary delegations of Pakistan and Kirgizstan were also present during the meeting.
Chairman senate said that both the countries have traditional long relationship on bilateral level and we would like to establish strong cooperation between the Parliaments of two countries. He said that parliamentary diplomacy can play an important role in building the socio-economic ties. He said that both the countries may further enhance interaction benefiting from gains achieved at the common forums.
Both the sides agreed to establish parliamentary friendship groups and decided that Secretariats of the parliaments would devise modalities for exchange of delegations and sharing experiences.