Pakistan greatly values ties with Tunisia: PM

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Tunisian Ambassador handed over a letter from Kais Saied, President of Tunisia, addressed to the Prime Minister, in response to Prime Minister’s letter

ISLAMABAD:  Borhene El Kamel, Tunisian Ambassador to Pakistan has met with the Prime Minister Imran Khan. Matters relating to bilateral relations and international issues were discussed.

Prime Minister Imran Khan conveyed that Pakistan greatly valued its relationship with Tunisia, which is anchored in common faith, history and culture.

​It may be recalled that Prime Minister Imran Khan had addressed letters to the leaders of the Muslim Ummah highlighting the scourge of Islamophobia and the need for Muslim world to take it up in unison with the rest of the world.

During the meeting, the Tunisian Ambassador handed over a letter from Kais Saied, President of Tunisia, addressed to the Prime Minister, in response to Prime Minister’s letter.

The Prime Minister’s letter sent to all the Muslim leaders had highlighted the need for urgent efforts to confront campaigns targeting Muslims and that Muslim Ummah should further strengthen channels of dialogue and coexistence between different religions.