On Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan stressed the need of expanding and deepening bilateral connections between Pakistan and Austria in a variety of fields, including higher education, renewable energy, information technology, and tourism.

This was said by the prime minister during a phone call with Austrian Federal Chancellor Karl Nehammer. The discussion centred on a review of bilateral ties, the situation in Afghanistan, and regional peace and stability.

The Prime Minister emphasised the importance of economic components in Pakistan-Austria ties, praising Austrian investments and commercial cooperation with Pakistan.

He praised the Pakistan-Austria Fachhochschule-Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology in Haripur, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, as an example of bilateral cooperation and called for further cooperation in higher education.

The two presidents also discussed the state of affairs in Afghanistan.

PM Imran emphasised that the international community must act quickly to alleviate the humanitarian catastrophe and avert Afghanistan’s economic collapse. He also emphasised the need of actual participation in achieving Afghanistan’s goals of peace and stability.

The Chancellor expressed gratitude to the Prime Minister for his quick response to the crisis and the evacuation of Austrians and others. He also agreed that the two nations’ economic relations should be deepened.

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