President Alvi writes to Indonesian President Joko Widodo; seeks support for a prominent Pakistani businessman, Malik Muhammad Asif.
Pakistan (Muhammad Yasir) President Dr Arif Alvi on Friday wrote a letter to his Indonesian counterpart Joko Widodo seeking his support to resolve the issues faced by a Pakistani investor Malik Muhammad Asif in his business matters.
The president said that both Pakistan and Indonesia were close friends and also bilateral partners, in the context of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
He said the two countries had strived for promotion of economic and trade ties, besides facilitating the businessmen.
The letter said that Pakistani investor Malik Asif had also registered his complaint with Indonesian authorities, through Pakistan’s embassy, but the matter was yet unresolved.
Earlier, the businessman had also requested President Alvi to seek intervention of his Indonesian counterpart for resolution of his problem on fair grounds.
Through the letter, the president had requested his Indonesian counterpart to personally look into the matter for a swift redressal.
President Alvi also conveyed good wishes to President Widodo as well as the Indonesian people.