"Abadar is not on speaking terms with Razmir," she says, "but Razmir does, in fact, believe in trade. The Living God does not presently believe Iomedae can offer him enough to make Him end His nation's geopolitical alignment with Cheliax (though He is open to being convinced), but He does think that almost any two countries will have some opportunities to engage in mutually beneficial exchanges, and this includes Lastwall and Razmiran. The most obvious fields of potential gain are in the opening up of international trade, agreements for Lastwall to serve as an intermediary to persuade Cyprian to shift resources away from Razmiran so Razmir can increase His operations in Ustalav so Lastwall can redirect forces from Ustalav to its other fronts, and the sale of magical assistance to Lastwall and its allies in exchange for gold. That subtype of Razmir's long-term objectives that Lastwall is not especially opposed to and may be able to assist with - include the aforementioned operations in Ustalav, -"
(which they both know means 'detaching the haunted, undead-and-famine-ridden southeast counties from Ustalav through economic penetration, religious proselytization and provision of security against the undead legions better than the local barons can provide, and attaching them to Razmiran')
"- the economic development of Razmiran directly, the expansion of the Razmirani military's defensive capacities, and the development of greater international recognition, ideally amongst the gods but more simply among nations."
(They are also both aware that trade with Razmiran and international recognition of Razmiran as a nation usually comes along with international recognition of Razmir's religion as a legitimate religion, which has historically been followed by the missionaries, their paramilitaries and the mobs they whip up attempting to demand first recognition, then autonomy, then control of the nation. Razmir has not exactly made himself easy to trade with.)
(And there is really no such thing as a purely defensive capacity for an army, but that is a polite way of saying 'sufficient forces of adventurers and inexpensive professionals to keep banditry down and stop goblin raiders', and they also both know that the only military resources Razmir has that Galt need worry about are himself and perhaps half-a-dozen of his highest-level priests and mercenaries, and enough garrisons to secure his subjects' defense against raiders are unlikely to matter much in a real war.)