Pakistan, Tajikistan Agree to Strengthen Bilateral Trade Relations

Thu May 30 2024
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Minister for Privatization and Communications, Abdul Aleem Khan met with Tajikistan’s Prime Minister Qohir Rasulzada and other senior officials during his official visit on Wednesday.

During the meeting, Abdul Aleem Khan underscored the significance of bolstering bilateral ties between Pakistan and Tajikistan.

Prime Minister Rasulzada affirmed Tajikistan’s commitment to fostering cooperation with Pakistan.

Both sides exchanged gifts and expressed gratitude for hospitality marking the amicable interactions between the two leaders. Abdul Aleem Khan also met with ministers from Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan, with a particular focus on enhancing collaboration in the trade, communication, and transportation sectors.

The meeting focused on fortifying bilateral trade, improving road connectivity, and facilitating business interactions between Central Asian countries and Pakistan.

Moreover, Abdul Aleem Khan held constructive talks with Tajikistan’s Minister for Mineral Reserves, Ahmedzada Noor Mehmed, exploring avenues for Tajik exports, including agricultural produce like sugar, potatoes, textiles, and livestock, to Pakistan.

Describing his visit as fruitful, Abdul Aleem Khan expressed optimism regarding the advancement of bilateral trade initiatives, which are poised to deepen economic ties between Pakistan and the Central Asian region.

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