Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has asked the Spain and Pakistan’s travel advisory to review its travel advisory for Pakistan as the law and order situation in the country has remarkably been improved.
In Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s meeting with his Spanish counterpart Jose Manuel Albares in Madrid, bilateral relations, trade and economic relations, besides regional and global situation were discussed.
Later, addressing a joint presser, both foreign ministers expressed satisfaction over the existing bilateral relations between Pakistan and Spain and agreed to further strengthen the ties.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan, being a market of 200 million people, is an attractive market for foreign investment in textile, housing, construction, pharmaceutical, renewable energy, agriculture and sports industries.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi also met with Spanish Industry and Spain and Pakistan’s travel advisory, Trade and Tourism Minister María Reyes Maroto Illera in Madrid.
They held detailed discussions on enhancing bilateral trade and economic cooperation between Pakistan and Spain.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the annual bilateral trade between the two countries is more than 1.3 billion dollars which is a proof that Spain is one of the important trading partners of Pakistan.