Kazakh PM praises Pakistan for defence exhibition
June 07, 2016 - Islamabad
Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Massimov has appreciated the participation of Pakistan in the Kazakhstan Defence Exhibition (KADEX-2016) held in its capital city Astana from June 02 to 05.
The Kazakh PM, during a meeting with Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanveer Hussain, who led the Pakistani delegation in the four-day moot, also expressed satisfaction over the bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries and conveyed his country’s desire to further enhance them, said a PID press release issued on Monday.
Karim exhibited happiness over the military technical cooperation agreement reached between the two countries during Rana Tanveer’s visit.He also underlined the need for increased cooperation between Kazakhstan and Pakistan at regional and international fora.
During the visit, Rana Tanveer visited various pavilions of the KADEX established by Kazakhstan and 40 other participating countries, including Pakistan. He showed great interest in arms and military equipment by various domestic and foreign manufacturers put on display in the exhibition.
Pakistan’s defence products were showcased at the pavilion set up by the Global Industrial and Defence Solutions (GIDS) – Pakistan’s leading public sector corporate company dealing in export of military, industrial, technological products, systems and services. A large number of participants visited the GIDS pavilion and expressed keen interest in Pakistan’s defence products.