Commonwealth: Commonwealth Secretary-General (CSG) Patricia Scotland discussed important topics like green and blue economies and clean energy in the Commonwealth with the Minister for Commerce of Pakistan, Syed Naveed Qamar.
According to the update shared by the Commonwealth Secretary-General Scotland, both the minister met with each other last week. The CSG expressed that the meeting was productive and fruitful and would help the Asian nation to grow and develop for a better cause.
The CSG Patricia Scotland took it to social media and tweeted, “Last week, I met with Pakistan’s Commerce Minister, Syed Naveed Qamar. The Minister and I discussed the importance of collaboration in advancing the green and blue economies, clean energy, Commonwealth CFAH and EO Common Sensing initiatives, as well as building capacity for youth in trade.”
During the meeting, the Commonwealth Secretary-General assured the Commerce Minister of Pakistan to provide full support and assistance.
Minister Syed Qamar also expressed gratitude after meeting with CSG Patricia Scotland. He outlined that the meeting has provided a vision and will help in future developments.
Pakistan, an Asian country, became an independent state on August 14, 1947, as a territory within the Commonwealth states.
The country was divided into West Pakistan, with the four provinces of Punjab, Balochistan, Sindh, and Northwestern Frontier Province (now known as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), and East Pakistan.
The Commonwealth of Nations, regarded as the Commonwealth, is an association of around 56 member states. Out of the total, a vast majority of which are former territories of the Empire under British Rule.