Qureshi urges Danish counterpart to ease journey restrictions

Jeppe Kofod thanks Pakistan for extending help to evacuate residents from Afghanistan


Overseas minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi known as upon his Danish counterpart on Sunday to ease journey restrictions positioned on Pakistani residents.

Throughout a telephonic dialog with Jeppe Kofod, Qureshi stated that the restrictions needs to be reviewed with regard to an enchancment within the scenario pertaining to safety and the pandemic.

The 2 leaders mentioned bilateral relations and the present scenario in Afghanistan and vowed to additional strengthen the prevailing ties between the 2 nations.

The minister apprised Kofod in regards to the help supplied by Pakistan for the protected evacuation of the workers of various embassies, worldwide organisations and others.

The Danish minister thanked Qureshi for the nation’s help to evacuate Danish residents from Kabul.

Qureshi, on the event, emphasised that Pakistan provides particular significance to its ties with Denmark, and thanked Kofod for Denmark’s continued help to Islamabad relating to the GSP Plus standing.

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The international minister invited his Danish counterpart to go to Pakistan, which he stated to ahve accepted with thanks. Reciprocating, Kofod additionally invited Qureshi to go to Denmark.

Earlier, it was reported that Pakistan has intensified lobbying in European nations towards anti-Pakistan components to neutralise affect of India relating to the Monetary Motion Job Pressure (FATF), rice model and GSP scheme.

“Our ambassadors in EU nations and Brussels have enhanced their engagements with the host governments,” Pakistan Ambassador to Italy Jauhar Saleem had stated whereas responding to a query relating to the EU parliament’s decision towards Pakistan.

In April this yr, the European Parliament had adopted a decision calling for a overview of the GSP+ standing granted to Pakistan in view of a rise in the usage of blasphemy accusations within the nation in addition to rising variety of on-line and offline assaults on journalists and civil society organisations.

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