ISLAMABAD (APP): Pakistan and Germany have agreed to enhance cooperation in diverse areas, particularly in trade and economic cooperation.
This understanding was expressed during the third round of strategic dialogue between the two countries held in Berlin on August 17.
Both sides held detailed discussions on issues of mutual interest, including economic cooperation, defence, trade, investment, culture, education, security and strategic stability.
The two sides also reviewed in detail the regional situation including Afghanistan, the Middle East and latest developments inthe European Union.
It was agreed that greater effort was needed in countering extremism and terrorism, which has become a global menace.
The Foreign Secretary apprised his counterpart of the latest situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir and urged the international community to play its role in calling on India to put an end to blatant human rights violations in the Valley.
He addressed a round-table event of German political foundations at the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Foundation and briefed them on Pakistan's foreign policy, particularly its relations with Germany and the EU.
He also attended a gathering of Pakistani community representatives residing in Germany arranged by the Pakistan Embassy in Berlin. He responded to their queries and issued directions to the Embassy to continue serving the community with dedication and commitment.