Pakistan helped Sri Lanka in difficult times – Speaker
Pakistani Governor Punjab Malik Muhammad Rafiq Rajwana said Sri Lanka and Pakistan enjoy exceptionally good relations which are firmly standing on the pillars of mutual trust and respect. Governor Punjab said this during a meeting with the high level Sri Lankan delegation comprising Speaker Sri Lankan Parliament Karu Jayasuriya, senior Buddhist priests, politicians, academicians and officials at the Governor House, Lahore, the Pakistan High Commission Colombo said in a statement today. He further said, the deep mutual love between the two peoples transcending any material bases is the essential ingredient of inherent strength of this special relationship which is further cemented by the commonality of eternal values of universal peace and love espoused both by Buddhism and Islam. The delegation members thanked the Government of Pakistan for warm welcome and hospitality extended to them. The delegation also had an interactive meeting with the deans and heads of various departments as well as faculty members of Punjab University at Al Raazi Hall of Undergraduate Block of the University. Vice Chancellor of the university Dr. Mujahid Kamran briefed the delegates about the university faculties.