Pakistan’s President for Promoting Business, Trade Ties with Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mon May 13 2024
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari on Monday underlined the need to promote business and trade relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina by opening banks, trading in local currencies, and promoting barter trade between the two nations.

The president expressed these views while talking to the Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina Emin Cohodarevic, who called on him, at Aiwan-e-Sadr, Islamabad.
Welcoming the ambassador, the president said that Pakistan’s relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina were based on historic bonds and spanning over almost three decades.
He said that both nations should continue bilateral engagements and interactions to further explore the avenues of cooperation in the areas of mutual interest.
The envoy said that his country wanted to deepen relations with Pakistan in the fields of economy, security, and culture.
Pakistan-Bosnia and Herzegovina Cooperation

He said that there was a vast scope for economic cooperation for Pakistani businesses in different industries in Bosnia & Herzegovina, including tourism, food, and textile.
The envoy expressed his gratitude to the government and people of Pakistan for their support to Bosnia & Herzegovina during the war in the 1990s.
He also solicited Pakistan’s support for Bosnia and Herzegovina’s draft resolution on Srebrenica in the UN General Assembly.

The president said that Pakistan would favourably examine the request, adding that Islamabad stood in solidarity with the victims of the 1995 tragedy in Srebrenica.
The envoy also extended the invitation to the president to visit Bosnia & Herzegovina to strengthen economic cooperation between the two nations.

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