ISLAMABAD, Dec 9 (APP): The inaugural session of Pakistan-Bosnia and
Herzegovina Bilateral Political Consultations (BPC) was held in Sarajevo on Thursday.
The Pakistan delegation was led by Ambassador Zaheer A.Janjua,
Additional Secretary (Europe), while the Bosnian side was led by Amer Kapetanovic,
Assistant Minister for Bilateral Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to a press release of Foreign Office Spokesperson issued here Friday, the talks were held in a cordial and friendly atmosphere.
The two sides reviewed the entire spectrum of bilateral relations and
identified opportunities and possibilities for further strengthening cooperation, especially in economic, investment, cultural, educational and defence fields.
The two sides discussed the evolving peace and security environments in their respective regions.
International issues of mutual interest also came under discussion. They also agreed to enhance cooperation at the United Nations and other multilateral fora.
The successful conclusion of the inaugural session of Bilateral Political Consultations between Pakistan and Bosnia and Herzegovina helped the two sides to take stock of their overall relations while discussing ways and means on further enhancing them in diverse spheres.
They also decided to hold these consultations on a regular basis and
the next session will be held in Islamabad in 2017.