The minister of foreign affairs of Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, held a meeting with the resident ambassador of Ethiopia, Jamal Bakar Abdullah, in Pakistan
on 24 November. The Pakistani foreign minister welcomes and congratulates the Ethiopian ambassador for opening their embassy in Pakistan.
Bilawal Bhutto said that, “they welcome the diplomatic relations between Pakistan
and Ethiopia with open arms as a nation. The partnership and launch of direct flights of Pakistan’s national airline PIA with Ethiopian Airlines are also welcome in the agreement.”
The Pakistan embassy was set up in Ethiopia long before during the serving period of Bilawal Bhutto’s grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Both nations have been sharing good ties with each other for a long time, and now the Ethiopian government has decided to open its embassy in Pakistan, which is considered another step towards strengthening their diplomatic relations.
During the meeting of both officials in Pakistan, the Ethiopian ambassador expressed profound gratitude to the Pakistani government and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari for assisting them in opening the embassy.
The Ethiopian embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, will assist the Pakistani people in visiting Ethiopia quickly while maintaining their mutual relationship with Pakistan. The embassy will provide the expected visitors with full support and information about their visit. It will provide all the updates to the Pakistani citizens related to Ethiopia. All the queries will be listened to and resolved at the moment.
Both nations have been exchanging several industries with each other. The food and agriculture industry plays a significant role in their relations. Different food items get imported from Ethiopia, such as pulses, chickpeas and kidney beans.
Pakistani officials said that the Ethiopian market is considered a very appealing and appeasing market for Pakistani products and fields such as agriculture, pharmaceuticals and technological developments. Besides all the trade between Pakistan and Ethiopia, both nations also share educational relations. As per reports, Ethiopian students are welcomed in the various famous Pakistani universities for their studies. The academic association between both countries helps in enhancing and promoting cultural relationships.