ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Prime Minister’s Adviser for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood will visit Kabul in mid-November to discuss the entire spectrum of Pakistan-Afghanistan bilateral trade relations.
His visit will take place as a follow-up of the meeting held between Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Afghan Minister for Industries and Commerce Nisar Ahmad Ghoryani in Islamabad on October 29.
In a statement on Tuesday, Abdul Razak Dawood said that his initial visit will focus on the government-to-government talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
“This visit will subsequently be followed by another visit where I would lead a delegation of our esteemed businessmen for business-to-business (B2B) interactions,” the adviser said.
During the meeting with Nisar Ahmad Ghoryani, Prime Minister Imran Khan had reiterated that peace in Afghanistan was in the interest of the whole region by strengthening regional ties and creating new opportunities for trade and economic cooperation, and emphasized that Pakistan supported the increase of trade and economic relations between the two Countries.