Amna Munawwar Awan- President COPAIR calls on High Commissioner of Sri Lanka, Vice Admiral Mohan Wijewickrama

Amna Munawwar Awan highlighted the more significant potential for religious/maritime tourism between two countries, harnessing expertise in the hospitality industry, training, and capacity-building.

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Islamabad: Ms. Amna Munawwar Awan, President Center of Pakistan and International Relations (COPAIR) – & Editor in Chief of Mélange Media Group (MMG) & The Asian Telegraph called on High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to Pakistan, His Excellency Vice Admiral Mohan Wijewickrama at the Sri Lankan High Commission in Islamabad here on Friday. The two dignitaries held wide-ranging discussions focusing on reinforcing a broad-based and enduring partnership between Pakistan and Sri- Lanka to advance the shared objectives.
While conveying condolences to High Commissioner over the tragic Sialkot incident, Amna Munawwar Awan expressed solidarity with the people of Sri Lanka. She stated that Pakistan and Sri Lanka are two friendly countries, and this tragic incident is painful for Sri Lanka and all of us as shared grief. His Excellency thanked President COPAIR for commiseration with the people of Sri Lanka and the victim’s family and expressed satisfaction over the stern actions taken by the government of Pakistan against the culprits involved in the incident to punish them. He further mentioned that the relationship between the two countries dates back to the independence of Sri Lanka and Pakistan, and this incident will not affect bilateral ties.
Both dignitaries also reaffirmed the solid fraternal relations between Pakistan and Sri Lanka during the extensive consultations. They stressed further consolidation of bilateral cooperation by exploring avenues of cooperation in diverse trade areas, minerals, textiles, education, defence, tourism through B2B contacts, joint ventures, investments in high potential sectors and technology transfers, etc. His Excellency also underlined all-out efforts to increase bilateral trade relations by optimizing the Pakistan-Sri Lanka FTA. Amna Munawwar Awan also highlighted the more significant potential for religious/maritime tourism between two countries, harnessing expertise in the hospitality industry, training, and capacity-building. Under the umbrella of BRI, both countries can benefit from CPEC’s immense opportunities and vast potential of trade and connectivity, she added.
Amna Munawwar Awan and the team also presented the last edition of Mélange Magazine to his Excellency Vice Admiral Mohan Wijewickrama. The meeting concluded with a pledge to enhance mutual collaboration and further uplift the ties between the two countries.

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