The President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Arif Alvi, presented on Thursday in Islamabad to the Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sefik Dzaferovic, the highest state decoration Nishan-e-Pakistan.
In a cordial and friendly conversation, Chairman Dzaferovic and President Alvi expressed mutual satisfaction with the relations between the two friendly countries, Fena news agency writes.
The interlocutors emphasized the commitment of the two countries to a policy of negotiating and resolving conflicts peacefully, and they discussed the improvement of relations, especially in the economic segment. Chairman Dzaferovic thanked President Alvi for the overall support that the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has given and continues to give to our country.
He expressed satisfaction with the meeting with senior officials of Pakistan during the two-day official visit, saying that the meetings were very successful and that the exchange of experiences is needed by both countries. Dzaferovic emphasized that the goal of his visit was to improve cooperation in all segments and invited the President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Arif Alvi, presented the highest state decoration, Nishan-e-Pakistan, to the Chairman Dzaferovic, at a formal reception held in his honour. This decoration was founded in 1957 and was first awarded in 1959. Nishan-e-Pakistan is the highest and most prestigious civilian decoration for foreign officials who have contributed by serving their country, as well as for contributing to international relations and cooperation.