Canada Global (Web News) Mitsuhiro Wada, the Japanese Ambassador to Pakistan, met with Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar, the country’s minister of finance and revenue, on Wednesday to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral trade, investment, and economic ties.
According to a news release, several senior officers and Toyota Company Vice Chairman Shinji Yanagi Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Finance Tariq Bajwa were also present. The minister gave the ambassador a briefing on the current administration’s priorities and economic challenges.
He informed the Ambassador of the government’s economic plans and measures that will guide the economy towards expansion and stability.
The minister also discussed Pakistan and Japan’s friendly relations and praised Japan’s investments in Pakistan.
He claimed that the two nations had good, cordial relations that were growing more solid by the day.The minister claimed that Japan was one of Pakistan’s main development partners and expressed his fervent belief that the two nations’ collaboration will continue to grow in a variety of areas to their mutual advantage.
He also emphasised possible investment opportunities in Pakistan and praised Japanese businesses’ ambitions to invest there. Japanese Ambassador Wada Mitsuhiro lauded the government’s practical policies and initiatives and stated that Japan highly valued its bilateral relations with Pakistan.