FAISALABAD: Muslim countries should tap their potential as they are rich in natural resources which can play a role in their progress and prosperity.
This was stated by Ambassador of Federal Republic of Somalia Ali Sheikh Abdullahi while talking to Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan, Vice Chancellor (VC) University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) here on Monday.
Principal Officer Public Relations and Publications UAF Prof Dr Jalal Arif and Director External Linkages Prof Dr Ashfaq Ahmad Chattha were also present.
The Somali envoy called for increasing cooperation between the two countries especially in education and agricultural sectors.
He said 500 Somali students were studying in various institutions of Pakistan including UAF.