Pakistan, Egypt need to adopt way of mutualism to get benefit from experiences : Pir Noor

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ISLAMABAD, Sep 24 (APP):Minister for Religious Affairs, Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri Monday emphasized that Pakistan and Egypt
needed to adopt way of mutualism for getting benefit from each other
experiences.
Pakistan and Egypt share same aspirations of peace and
prosperity and face common issues, he said this while talking to
Ambassador of Egypt to Pakistan, Ahmad Muhammad Fadel Yacoub, who
called on him here.
Both sides discussed bilateral relations.
The Minister said Pakistan attached great importance to its
special relations with Egypt and desired to further expand
its cooperation to all fields.
He also highlighted the enduring brotherly relations
between the two countries based on mutual trust.
Both sides expressed satisfaction over present status
of collaboration agreed to work together towards its enhancement.
Exchange of Ullema delegations and increase in Quota for
Pakistanis students in Jamia Al-Azhar were also assured by
Egypt Ambassador.
Pir Noor said there is also an on going cooperation,
both cultural and educational between two countries.
In addition to exchange of scholarship and training programme
in different fields especially three months course for Pakistani students of Madaris at Jamia Al-Azhar were also
offered.
Ambassador Fadel Yacoub invited to the Minister for
doing official visit to Egypt.
Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri thanked the Ambassador and said that they would keep working
on strengthening bilateral relationship in all fields.