Belarus PM departs after a productive visit to Pakistan

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ISLAMABAD, Nov 11 (APP): Prime Minister of Belarus Andrey Kobyakov left here for home at the conclusion of a three-day official visit to Pakistan, after inking 18 agreements dealing with cooperation in economy, defence and agriculture.
The Minister-in-waiting Abdul Qadir Baloch bid him farewell at the Nur Khan Air Base.
In a departure statement here on Wednesday, he said he has had very productive meeting with the Pakistani leaders, while the members of his business delegation interacted with their Pakistani counterparts to identify new areas of cooperation and joint ventures.
The leaders of the two countries had high-level exchanges in the past six months and have agreed on a road map to increase trade and investment.
The Prime Minister of Belarus was also presented a photo album
covering his official engagements in the federal capital.