In a significant diplomatic encounter, the Consul General of Germany, Dr. Rudiger Lotz, paid a visit to the Mayor of Karachi, Barrister Murtaza Wahab, at the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) head office. The meeting served as a platform for both representatives to engage in productive discussions on matters of mutual interest.
During their conversation, Mayor Murtaza Wahab emphasized the substantial potential for cooperation between Pakistan and Germany across a spectrum of fields. Germany’s notable achievements in urban development, provision of cutting-edge facilities, and advancements in science and technology were acknowledged. The mayor further highlighted the substantial progress made in enhancing the basic urban infrastructure of Karachi. Collaborative efforts involving the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation, District Municipalities, and various other institutions have been integral in ensuring the delivery of quality services to the city’s residents.
Mayor Wahab also extended a warm invitation to German investment companies, emphasizing the attractive investment opportunities that Karachi presents. He assured that the city is ready to provide comprehensive facilities and support to German investors and businesses keen on exploring opportunities in Karachi.
In response to these overtures, Dr. Rudiger Lotz expressed his optimism about strengthening bilateral relations between Pakistan and Germany in the future. He stressed that such cooperation would not only benefit both nations but also lead to a more profound and robust partnership. Dr. Lotz underlined Karachi’s strategic significance as the primary coastal city in South Asia, boasting two vital ports and an international airport. This has transformed Karachi into a pivotal hub for industrial and commercial activities at an international level. The meeting between these diplomatic representatives serves as a promising step towards furthering the productive relationship between Pakistan and Germany.