Potential exists for Pak-Kyrgyz trade ties

LAHORE: Kyrgyz embassy’s first secretary Adylbek Tultemirov has said there is vast potential of Pak-Kyrgyz bilateral trade relations while he invited businessmen and industrialists to visit Kyrgyz Republic and gave details of investment opportunities in his country.

He was addressing members of the Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) at its Regional Office at Lahore. The ceremony was chaired by Muhammad Amir Ghafoor while Vice Chairman of Standing Committee on Business and Diplomatic Relations with CIS Countries representing Atif Aziz was also present

Adylbek Tultemirov said that the Embassy of Kyrgyz Republic intends to organise exhibition of Pakistani products in Bishkek and this exhibition will be dedicated especially and only for Pakistan products. He also invited all interested Pakistani businessmen to take part in this event. As a major means of developing Pak-Kyrgyz business relations, FPCCI’s Standing Committee for CIS Countries has also planned to start a “Trade Center” in Lahore which will answer queries of businessmen from both countries and it will speed up the process of imports and exports.

Adylbek Tultemirov also invited the chamber members and Pakistani Business Community to attend two international exhibition in 2011 “Food and Agriculture Products” being held from 16 to 19 September 2011 and “Bishkek-2011” from 28 October to 1 November 2011.

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