PM thanks Malaysia for its stand on Kashmir. Addressing the press conference, the Malaysian Prime Minister said, "Our partnership is in the interest of the two countries. There are multilateral relations between Malaysia and Pakistan".
He said, "The meeting between me and Prime Minister Imran Khan had a good dialogue on issues of mutual cooperation as well as regional and international issues".
He said that Imran Khan's visit is a reflection of our shared commitment to further enhance our bilateral relations.
At the press conference, the Malaysian Prime Minister said, "We agreed on the need for regular dialogue to strengthen trade relations by removing barriers to important issues and resolving the imbalance in goods on both sides." '.
Responding to a question regarding Pakistan's purchase of more palm oil from Malaysia, Mahathir said that the two leaders discussed the purchase of palm oil and said, 'I think Pakistan will import more palm oil from Malaysia.
Going forward, Prime Minister Imran Khan said, "This is correct since we saw that India had threatened not to import palm oil from Malaysia to support Kashmir, Pakistan should try to compensate it."
The Prime Minister thanked the Malaysian counterpart for inviting his country and said that the visit would further strengthen the relations between Pakistan and Malaysia, which have traditionally been very close.
He added that the purpose of the visit (of the two countries) is to come closer.
"We think Pakistan and Malaysia will have excellent trade, investment and cooperation relations in the future," the Prime Minister said.
The Prime Minister thanked Malaysia for raising the voice of the situation in occupied Kashmir.