Sri Lankan President arrives in Pakistan on three day visit

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  1. Blackwater

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    ISLAMABAD: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa arrived here Friday on a three-day state visit to Pakistan to further strengthen political, economic and defence ties between the two countries.

    He was received at Chaklala Air Base by Chairman Senate Farooq H Naek, Minister for States and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) Eng Shaukat Ullah, and other officials.

    The Sri Lankan president is visiting Pakistan on the invitation of President Asif Ali Zardari.

    A formal welcome ceremony for the guest would be held at the President House this afternoon when he arrives there to meet President Zardari.

    During his visit, President Rajapaksha, besides meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari, is also scheduled to meet Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani.

    The talks between the two countries would cover political, defense, cultural, tourism, media, economic, business and trade relations. A number of bilateral agreements are also expected to be signed between the two sides.

    Sri Lankan President arrives in Pakistan on three day visit | Pakistan | DAWN.COM
     
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    watching paki news channel. Bloody they were so excited as if Obama himself come to Pakistan... bachare pakis koi to aya inke mulk me ..:taunt::taunt::laugh::laugh:
     
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    US$ 200 million from the Government of Pakistan



    The Government of Pakistan has agreed to extend an Export Credit Facility of US$ 200 million through the State Bank of Pakistan. This was agreed during the visit of Pakistani President to Sri Lanka in November 2010.

    An amount of US$ 150 million of this credit, is to be utilized for the construction of Housing Units and the balance US$ 50 million for the importation of livestock, plant and machinery from Pakistan.

    The Loan agreement will be signed with the Government of Pakistan, during current State visit of Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa to Pakistan.


    Pakis have no right to donate begging money comes from tax payers people of the world
     
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    Wow! Sri-lanka is that poor to take money from the worlds poorest ...........?
     
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    The machinery of Pakistan is not selling and the livestock running short of feed.

    A good way to get rid of it!
     
  7. The Messiah

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    :rofl:

    it goes to show no matter how much lankans boast about themselves they are still under pakis who itself is a begger.
     
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    Let's hope his luckier then there cricket team,cuz if any shenanigans occur the pakistani's won't capture a single terrorist ...
     
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    Let's hope they buy some of FC-1 :rofl: and yeah Not to forget the Al-Khalid
     
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    It is not like they cannot afford anything. They are a far better nation and are considered pretty good in terms of economy despite being tiny. The problem is, Rajapakse wants to "balance it out" with us. He thinks that by appeasing China and Pakistan simultaneously, he can get the best of stuff he wants from us while be free to slip anything in our kitty and get away with it.

    That's a big mistake he's making.

    If they had been sensible to support us in the 71 war instead of allowing PN ships to refuel, we'd have been their strong partners. Now see where they have gone: killing Tamils, trying big games etc.
     
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    Pakis will be feeling very proud today , they are giving Loan to someone :laugh: Celebration time for them

    Some Pakis on this other forum were jumping as if - This is Rise of "Superpower Pakistan"
     
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    The lankans and Pakis must have exchanged tips on how to do genocide
     
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