St Vincent and the Grenadines signs joint communique with Pakistan, aims to enhance global collaboration. Picture Credits: Fb accounts

St Vincent and the Grenadines signs joint communique with Pakistan, aims to enhance global collaboration

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St Vincent and the Grenadines: The Government of St Vincent and the Grenadines signed a joint communique with Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the United Nation with a vision to enhance global collaboration. The administration of both the nations aimed to foster their diplomatic relations and work collaboratively for establishment of relations between both the countries.

Notably, the agreement was signed by the ambassador of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines to the United Nations, Inga Rhonda King and Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the United Nations, Munir Akram. The signing ceremony took place in New York and signifies the commitment of both the nation to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic relations and thrust for friendly relations among nations.

Picture Credits: Fb accounts
Picture Credits: Fb accounts

During the signing ceremony, the representatives vowed to continue working together for strengthening their multilaterally as well as bilaterally relations. Notably, the government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines also anticipates building pathways for cooperation between both the nations.

This collaboration between St Vincent and Pakistan is expected to bring numerous benefits to the development of the regions. The administration of both the countries aims to foster peace, unity and brotherhood among each other. The government of both the nations is also making stringent measures in order to implement such plans and policies together which can be utilized in order to tackle all the challenges being faced by both the nations.

Moreover, the government is optimistic that this collaboration would not only benefit St Vincent and the Grenadines but entire Caribbean as a whole. The Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves also stated that they are hoping to foster cross-border trade and investment, create and preserve jobs, enhance competitiveness and ensure fair trade and compliance with agreed rules.

He further noted that better relations with Pakistan will lead to the integration of different aspects of economy which will result in interdependence and interconnectedness between both the nations.