Pakistan, Russia sign agreement for gas supply

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Friday said that Pakistan-Russia participation in different areas was a stage towards fortifying of respective relations.

He was conversing with Russia’s Deputy Minister for Energy Yury P Sentyurin who approached him at the PM Office. Abbasi said that the legislature was concentrating on meeting the country’s energy requirements with a specific concentrate on an adjusted blend of energy sources.

He valued the assignment’s productive connection with the Ministry of Energy. He communicated the expectation that individuals from the Russian designation would have a beneficial visit in the background of preparation by different services about colossal potential for interest in Pakistan’s framework advancement, vitality and correspondence divisions.

The Abbasi said that the monetary viewpoint of Pakistan had by and large changed over the most recent four years, which was being recognized comprehensively. “Our venture arrangement has been intended to give an extensive structure to making a helpful business condition for the fascination of FDI,” he said.

Afterward, the prime minister also saw the marking of the Inter-Governmental Agreement amongst Pakistan and Russia for the supply of gas.