Islamabad, Nov 5: Prime Minister Imran Khan met his Russian counterpart, Dmitry Medvedev, in Shanghai on Monday and discussed strengthening strategic cooperation between the two countries.
The two premiers met on the the sidelines of the International Import Expo in the Chinese coastal city and agreed to expand bilateral relations, Geo TV reported, citing sources.
The Pakistan prime minister invited Medvedev to visit Islamabad.
Pakistani and Russian troops have meanwhile concluded their two-week joint anti-terrorism military exercises. The exercise focused on counter terrorism training of the Special Operation Forces of Pakistan and Ground Forces of Russian Federation while exchanging mutual counter terrorism experiences, said an army statement on Monday.
Earlier in the day, the Pakistan prime minister addressed the opening ceremony of the Expo and stressed that Pakistan will be made a more conducive and competitive market for businesses and investments.