Industries minister for enhancing bilateral trade ties with Bosnia

Islamabad – Federal Minister for Industries & Production Ghulam Murtaza Khan Jatoi on Monday stressed the need for enhancing bilateral trade and investment relation between Pakistan and Bosnia for economic development and prosperity of both the countries.

Talking to Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina , who called on Federal Minister here, the minister said that this visit was reflective of the increasing ties between Pakistan and Bosnia and will certainly provide impetus to further expand bilateral relations in various sectors.

The minister said that continuity of economic policies not only reflected maturity but would also help restoring confidence of the business community on the economic policies of the government. Highlighting the upward economic growth in the country, the minister said that there were huge economic opportunities existing in different sectors of national economy and called upon the Ambassador for exploring that opportunities.

The Ambassador appreciated the steps being taken by the present government towards improving law and order and putting in place a business friendly environment in the country. The ambassador invited Federal Minister for Industries and Production to Bosnia for trade fair which is to be held from April 26-28, 2018.

The minister said that Pakistan would participate in the event after consulting all the relevant stakeholders.

"Monitoring Desk"

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