Maldives -Pakistan Finance Ministers discuss capacity building through exchange of information on expertise

At a meeting held this morning on the sidelines of the 50th Once-a-year Meeting of the Board of Governors of ADB, Minister of Finance and Treasury, His Excellency Ahmed Munawar met with his Pakistani similar person or thing, His Excellency Muhammad Ishaq Dar. ln the meeting, the two ministers discussed avenues for stronger working together/team effort and back and forth/equal between people exchange of information and (ability to do things very well). The two ministers discussed ways to strengthen two-sided exchange of information and back and forth/equal between people (ability to do things very well), in building ability (to hold or do something) in their (pertaining to each person or thing) parts/areas, Focusing on the strong ties enjoyed by the (related to a large area) neighbors, Minister Munawar briefed Minister Ishaq Dar on President Yameen’s money-based change (list of things to deal with/desire to reach a goal) and the macroeconomic set of rules in the Maldives. He noted the strong recent growth of the (process of people making, selling, and buying things), and boost in foreign direct investment towards large (basic equipment needed for a business or society to operate) projects set aside by the government. Minister Ishaq Dar in return briefed Minister Munawar on the key parts of the strong money-based performance of Pakistan over the past three years. He noted the long history of excellent two-sided relations between the two countries, and group efforts at (many-sided/with more than two countries’ input) forums, Minister Munawar was joined by the Representative of Maldives to Japan, His Excellency Mohamed Hussain Shareef, Alternate Governor at the Ministry of Finance and Treasury, Mr. Abdulla Ali, Consultant at the Finance Ministry, Ms Maryam Rashfa, First Secretary at the Maldives Government office in Japan, Mr. Adam Hamid and Second Secretary Ms Amninath Shazly Saleem.

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