Pakistan, Uzbekistan agree to boost bilateral trade

Pakistan and Uzbekistan have agreed to elevate economic relations between the two countries and bolster bilateral trade.

The understanding came during a meeting between Uzbekistan’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Aybek Arif Usmanov with Minister for Commerce Jam Kamal Khan in Islamabad.

Stressing the longstanding friendly ties between Pakistan and Uzbekistan, the Uzbek ambassador emphasized the necessity of bolstering economic cooperation across various sectors through Business to Business and Government to Government agreements.

He said Uzbekistan’s foreign minister and deputy trade secretary plan to visit Pakistan soon for B2B and G2G discussions aimed at boosting trade.

Highlighting the potential in sectors like agriculture, pharmaceuticals, building materials, textiles, and leather, Usmanov underscored the importance of tapping into these opportunities.

Jam Kamal Khan emphasized the need for improved connectivity and new trade routes to enhance trade volume.

Source: Radio Pakistan