Adel bin Abdul Rahman Al-Asumi, Speaker of the Arab Parliament, is scheduled to head a high-level delegation to Pakistan, from 1 to 5 August, to hold talks with senior state officials.
This visit aims to strengthen the Arab parliamentary relations with the Pakistani side, especially in light of the positive developments and remarkable growth in the political, economic, security and military fields.
Notably, the visit comes in light of the Arab Parliament’s keenness to strengthen multilateral parliamentary diplomacy with the parliaments of Islamic and friendly countries, particularly in light of the great weight that Pakistan enjoys in its regional surroundings and in the Islamic and international world.
During this visit, Al-Asumi will meet with the President of Pakistan, the Pakistani Prime Minister, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Moreover, Al-Asumi is going to have a meeting with the Speaker of the Pakistani National Assembly and the Speaker of the Pakistani Senate.
With the aim of establishing relations between the two sides, a number of memoranda of cooperation will be signed within the framework of the visit.
The two sides also aim at strengthening relations in the field of parliamentary work, and to coordinate common positions through the parliamentary organizations in addition to unions in which the two sides participate, foremost of which is the Parliamentary Union. International, as well as benefiting from the parliamentary experiences exchanged between the two sides.
The activities will include a visit by the Arab Parliament delegation to the Pakistan Senate Museum and the Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services, as well as a visit to some historical and cultural landmarks in the capital, Islamabad.
The President of the Arab Parliament is accompanied on this important visit by a high-level delegation of members of the Arab Parliament, advisors and the General Secretariat.