Britain and Pakistan to increase trade and security ties Boris Johnson with Sartaj Aziz in islamabad
Eastern Eye Staff
Britain is in talks to boost trade and security cooperation with Pakistan, foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday (November 24), as part of London’s efforts to improve trade links with emerging market countries. Britain has been seeking to bolster global trade ties following its June referendum vote to leave the European Union, with the government seeking to broaden relations with fast-growing economies outside Europe. On a visit to Pakistan, Johnson said talks were progressing on plans to increase annual trade beyond £2.5 billion per year. “Consider the size of the Pakistan economy, how fast it’s growing, look at the…
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