According to the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan’s chief executive officer, Over 25 leading Pakistani manufacturers participated in an exhibition in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Muhammad Zubair Motiwala, the chief executive of Pakistan’s Trade Development Authority, stated that Pakistan is Afghanistan’s top trading partner in his remarks at the exhibition’s opening ceremony.
Motiwala said that Pakistan has always placed a high value on its trade facilitation for Afghanistan.
He expressed his gratitude to the de facto government for giving Pakistani exhibitors excellent economic possibilities, which will further develop the business relationships between the two fraternal neighbours.
He added that Pakistan had the largest participation in the event, with more than 25 prominent Pakistani enterprises taking part.
He emphasised the need for traders and businesspeople on both sides to take advantage of this expo’s opportunities. He said Pakistan always encourages such audacious actions that could create a favourable environment for the region’s business community groups.
He voiced the opinion that to draw investment from bilateral investors, the Afghan government should adopt policies that are attractive to businesses.
Earlier in May, both the countries’ Foreign ministers discussed several issues, including trade and connectivity.
“Held a candid and in-depth exchange on critical issues of mutual concern, including peace and security, as well as trade and connectivity, Pakistani Foreign Minister Zardari said.
The two sides “reaffirmed their desire to pursue continuous and practical engagement”, it said.