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Bilawal visits counterparts across Europe in an effort to strengthen ties

Bilawal says Islamabad highly values its ties with the European Union

On Sunday, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the foreign affairs minister, met with Anniken Huitfeldt, her Norwegian colleague, and the two decided to cooperate to curb the global rise in Islamophobia.

The foreign ministers of the participating nations expressed their willingness to further bolster bilateral ties during the conference that was held in conjunction with the Munich Security Conference.

Donika Grvalla-Schwarz, the Kosovo Foreign Minister, and Bilawal also agreed to hold the second round of bilateral political negotiations.

He said at the meeting that Pakistan and Kosovo have long-standing and historic ties. They discussed how to improve ties in the trade, health, education, tourism, and human resources sectors. Also, the vice president of the European Union Council, Josep Borrell, met with the foreign minister of Pakistan.

According to Bilawal, Islamabad places a high emphasis on its relationships with the EU and both sides decided to further their existing multifaceted connections. They also talked about a variety of regional and global concerns that bothered them.

Written by Aly Bukshi

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