ISLAMABAD: Japanese Ambassador Takashi Kurai called on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan at Banigala and congratulated him on victory in General elections.
According to PTI’s social media account, the Japanese ambassador held a meeting with Imran on Friday at his residence Banigala.
Japanese Ambassador called on PM Designate Imran Khan at his residence in Banigala to felicitate and congratulate him on his victory in the General elections. #PTI@PTIofficial pic.twitter.com/PiS35xWkYP
— PTI Overseas (Official) (@PTIOverseas_) August 3, 2018
During the meeting ambassador announced that delegation of Japanese parliament will visit Pakistan in September.
Senior vice president of PTI, Shah Mehmood Quershi, Pervez Khattak were also present during the meeting.
On Tuesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan telephoned Imran Khan and felicitated him for his party’s victory in the elections 2018.
Turkish president expressed his best wishes for Imran Khan and agreed upon new phase of ties with Pakistan.
On Monday Indian PM Narendra Modi also telephoned Imran Khan and congratulated him on election victory.
“We have to approach combine strategy, dialogue in order to give relief to nation and to come out from disputes,” said Imran Khan during a telephone call with Modi.
“Instead of answers to conflicts, wars and bloodbath give birth to tragedies,” the PTI chief said, according to the press release.
Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan H.E Yao Jing and deputy Chief Lijian Zhao on Monday also called on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and congratulated him on his election victory.
Chinese Ambassador Yao highly appreciated Imran Khan’s positive remarks on China-Pakistan relations, adding that China is willing to work together with the new government to push China-Pakistan relations to a new level.