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Pakistan, Belarus launch commemorative stamps on 30 years of diplomatic ties

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Minsk, 4 March 2024 (TDI): In honor of celebrating the 30 years of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Pakistan and Belarus, commemorative stamps were launched by both countries on Monday.

The launch ceremony was held at Belarusian Post headquarters and was attended by Pakistan Ambassador to Belarus Sajjad Haider Khan.

Belarusian dignitaries including Eugeny Shestakov, Deputy Foreign Minister, and Ryabowa Anna, Deputy Minister of Informatization, were also present.

In his remarks, Ambassador Sajjad Khan expressed gratitude for the fruitful partnership that has evolved over the past three decades.

He emphasized the establishment of embassies in each other’s capitals in 2014 and 2015 as a significant milestone, underscoring the commitment to engagement and collaboration.

Additionally, Deputy Foreign Minister Shestakov highlighted the history and ongoing cooperation between Pakistan and Belarus.

Notably, the event highlighted the enduring friendship and ongoing cooperation between the two nations.

The two countries are committed to further strengthening their bonds through upcoming events including high-level visits and cultural exchanges.

30 years of promising bilateral relations

Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, Pakistan was among the first nations to recognize Belarus. Pakistan and Belarus cordially observed the 30th anniversary of their diplomatic relations on February 3.

Pakistan-Belarus bilateral relations are characterized by mutual respect and trust, along with a constructive dialogue. This relationship is grounded in the Islamabad Declaration of Pakistan-Belarus Partnership and the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation of 2015.

This partnership has flourished over the years, marked by frequent high-level exchanges. There has also been robust collaboration in the economic, industrial, and agricultural sectors.

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As a testament to a mutually beneficial relationship, Pakistan and Belarus have concluded an agreement. This agreement abolishes visa requirements for holders of Diplomatic and Official Passports.

The celebration of thirty years of diplomatic ties marks a significant milestone, reflecting on the shared achievements between Pakistan and Belarus. It also serves as an opportunity to envision a future characterized by increased collaboration between the two nations.

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