Laos–Pakistan relations

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Pakistan–Laos relations



Pakistan–Laos relations are bilateral relations between Pakistan and Laos. They have friendly relations and mutually beneficial cooperation in political, economics and trade fields. In 2004 Pak PM Zafarullah Jamali visited Laos on an invitation of PM Bounnhang Vorachith of Laos, both countries reaffirmed their commitment to implement the purpose and principles of the UN charter in their bilateral relations and to contribute to peaceful settlement of conflicts and disputes around the globe.[1] Pak Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf Visited Laos in 2012 to attend ASEM meeting.[2] Pakistan and Laos have an annual trade of approx 10 million US dollars. Many Laos students are currently studying in Pakistani universities.


  1. ^ "PR:Pakistan – Laos Bilateral Relations". Dawn News, Vientiane, LAO. Retrieved 2012-11-01.
  2. ^ "PDR: Brief on Pakistan – Laos Bilateral Relations". The Embassy of Pakistan, Vientiane, LAO. Retrieved 2015-11-01.