- Pakistan’s Excessive Commissioner to Bangladesh meets the President of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Trade on Wednesday
- Pakistan desires to strengthen financial and business relations with Bangladesh, says Pakistan’s envoy
- Envoy highlights must resume direct flights between Dhaka, Karachi to advertise commerce, commerce
DHAKA: Pakistan’s Excessive Commissioner to Bangladesh Imran Ahmed Siddiqui on Wednesday highlighted Pakistan’s need to strengthen financial and business relations with Bangladesh throughout his assembly with the President of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Trade (DCCI), Rizwan Rahman.
The Pakistani envoy hoped that the discussion board of Joint Financial Fee between the 2 nations can be activated quickly. He additionally highlighted the necessity to resume direct flights between Dhaka and Karachi with the intention to promote commerce and commerce, along with beginning direct cargo facility from Karachi to Chattogram port.
In the course of the assembly, the envoy highlighted that Pakistan’s trend trade may additionally enter right into a helpful partnership with Bangladesh’s textile sector. The Excessive Commissioner reiterated the Pakistani Mission’s robust dedication to selling all features of bilateral relations between the 2 states.
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Whereas agreeing with the Excessive Commissioner, DCCI President Rizwan Rahman mentioned that the participation of Pakistani entrepreneurs within the recently-held 1st DCCI Enterprise Conclave-2021 was encouraging. He laid stress on boosting regional commerce from the platform of SAARC too.
DCCI senior vice-president N Okay A Mobin, FCS, FCA and vice-president Monowar Hossain additionally attended the assembly.
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