Canadian High Commissioner Pays Farewell Visit to Federal Minister of Justice


ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – September 27, 2022): Canadian High Commissioner Wendy Gilmour delivered a farewell appeal on Tuesday to Federal Law and Justice Minister Senator Azam Nazeer Tarar at the Ministry law.

The two dignitaries discussed issues relating to mutual benefit and further development of bilateral relations.

The Minister of Justice thanked the High Commissioner for her services and for fostering strong relations between the two countries.

Canadian High Commissioner Wendy Gilmour shared her experiences while in Pakistan and said the northern regions were the best places for tourism.

“If I have the chance, I will definitely visit the tourist places in Pakistan again,” she added.

The Minister of Justice said that there is huge potential for growth in the tourism sector, but unfortunately the war in Afghanistan has caused a lot of damage to the country.

He also briefed the Canadian High Commissioner on the catastrophic floods in Pakistan and said the hardships faced by flood victims were not fully disclosed.

The Canadian High Commissioner expressed regret over the flooding situation in the country.

The Justice Minister said Pakistan faces political, economic and global challenges at the same time. Pakistan also faces the problem of rapidly increasing population, he added.

They also discussed child marriage and other legislation in detail. The country’s economic situation was also discussed during the meeting.

Azam Nazeer Tarar said Pakistan may face reduced agricultural production due to the flood situation. It was a difficult time in terms of agricultural production as all the crops were destroyed due to the floods, he added.

Wendy Gilmour said Europe was also facing a drop in agricultural production due to the war in Ukraine.

The justice minister said legislation was being drafted for international investment in Pakistan and he hoped things would improve.

He said there were excellent investment opportunities in Pakistan. The two countries have strong ties and the Canadian people have always had good relations with the Pakistanis, he added.


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