Pakistan and Malaysia signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MoU) on Partial Abolition on Visa Requirment. This agreement will be improving the bilateral relationship of both the countries, the agreement were signed by Pakistan’s foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Malaysian Home Minister Tan Sri Dato Haji Muhyiddin in front of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed after Imran Khan the Prime Minister of Pakistan started his two day official visit to Malaysia. The agreement partially abolished the visa requirements for all the diplomatic and official passport holders according to Malaysian reporters.
FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi and #Malaysian Home Minister Tan Sri Dato Haji Muhyiddin signed the MoU on Partial Abolition on Visa Requirement, in the presence of PM Imran Khan @PakPMO and Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad @chedetofficial. @MalaysiaMFA pic.twitter.com/Kge5dtumpx
— Dr Mohammad Faisal (@ForeignOfficePk) November 21, 2018
The two countries have agreed to further boost their relationships in diverse fields and said that both the countries will identify new areas for future collaboration. PM Imran Khan has also focused on the tourism resources of Malaysia and he wants to develop that pattern in Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said “Malaysia progressed greatly under the leadership of Dr Mahathir. Both of us received votes because we stood against corruption.” He further added on “We will look at Malaysia and how it has progressed to bolster our tourism and other departments.”
Prime Minister Imran khan has also invited Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad to visit Pakistan and attend the 23rd March ceremony and has said that he will be the guest of honour.
The Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan also held a joint press conference with the Malaysian Prime Minister to seek guidance against corruption which he said was on top of their agenda’s. Prime Minister Imran Khan was accompanied by Information Minister Shah Memhood Qureshi, Finance Minister Asad Umar and some more members of his cabinet.