ISLAMABAD: The 4th round of Pakistan-EU dialogue on non-proliferation and disarmament was held in Brussels on Thursday.
The Pakistani side was led by Director-General for Arms Control and Disarmament Mohammad Kamran Akhtar and the EU side was led by the Special Envoy for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Jacek Bylica, said a press release.
“The non-proliferation dialogue is a part of Pakistan-EU broad-based engagement dating back to 2012. Pakistan attaches value to its engagement with the EU on arms control and non-proliferation issues which help develop a better understating on both sides of each others’ perspectives and the respective security challenges which shape those perspectives,” the press release stated.
Pakistan appreciated commonalities of position on a range of issues and agreed to further deepen the engagement and work towards the shared objectives of global and regional peace and stability.