Kuwait, (14 August 2016): Pakistani Ambassador to Kuwait Ghulam Dastagir appreciated the strong brotherly relations between Kuwait and Pakistani ties in economy, politics, culture and military. Pakistan is offering training courses to Kuwaiti forces including navy and air force as part of the prominent military cooperation between the two sides, Dastagir told KUNA on the sidelines of a ceremony to hoist the Pakistani flag in celebration of the country’s 70th independence anniversary on Sunday.
Further to the same context, He referred to the recent meeting between Pakistani Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah in Kuwait, where Aman offered to sell fighter jets to Kuwait. Meanwhile, the ambassador pointed that economic cooperation between both brotherly countries is growing, adding that Pakistan is the number one importer of Kuwaiti diesel, while it is also one of the top exporters of Halal meat to Kuwait.
Pakistan celebrates its Independence Day on 14 August to commemorate the day when the country was declared an independent nation away from the British rule in 1947, as the first Pakistani leader and founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah began his leadership of the state. (KUNA)