Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon and Prime Minister Imran Khan held delegation-level talks and reviewed progress achieved in bilateral relations between the two countries.
During their meeting, the two leaders also exchanged views on enhancing cooperation between the two countries. They both witnessed the signing of a number of memoranda of understanding (MoUs) in trade, education, culture, and defence.
Addressing a ceremony alongside the Tajik president, the PM said peace in Afghanistan is imperative for trade and economic growth in Pakistan and Tajikistan. The PM said both Pakistan and Tajikistan face common challenges when it comes to peace in the Central Asian region, adding that it will be harmful to both countries if there is no political settlement achieved in Afghanistan.
The PM added that the two countries had signed agreements that would improve their trade ties.