Pakistani businessmen see opportunities for enhancing cooperation with Uzbek partners in priority areas.
On July 9, Deputy Prime Minister Sardor Umurzakov held online talks with Adviser for Commerce and Investment to Prime Minister of Pakistan Abdul Razak Dawood. It was noted that Pakistan’s business circles were interested in doing business in the Republic of Uzbekistan. Also, the Pakistani side saw prospects for resuming interactions with Uzbekistan in the priority sectors of economy, the press office of the Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade reported to CentralAsia.news.
The parties exchanged views on the ways to further enhance partnerships in the fields of trade, economy and investment. They also discussed preparations for a number of bilateral meetings, which would take place within the International Conference “Central and South Asia: Regional Interconnectedness. Challenges and Opportunities”. In this regard, Razak Dawood noted that a large delegation of businessmen, industrialists and representatives of the banking sector of Pakistan would arrive in Uzbekistan to discuss opportunities for cooperation with potential Uzbek partners.
In conclusion, the officials agreed to develop joint proposals on promoting cooperation in trade, investment, transport, energy, education, healthcare, tourism, science and culture, as well as implementing projects and cooperation programmes.