Yes, this follows from Sylow's Third Theorem. If n is the number of Sylow p-subgroups in G, then n = 1 (mod p) and n|pq. However, the only value for n that satisfies both of these conditions is 1. So, there is only one Sylow p-subgroup in G, meaning it is normal. The same is true for the single Sylow q-subgroup.