Pakistan, Sri Lanka explore ways to improve bilateral trade under FTA


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Pakistan, Sri Lanka explore ways to improve bilateral trade under FTA

Thu, June 3, 2021, 9:15 p.m. SL time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

June 03, Colombo: Pakistan and Sri Lanka are studying ways to improve bilateral trade under the Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, said the Pakistan High Commission in Colombo.

Pakistan High Commissioner Major General (Ret’d) Muhammad Saad Khattak, accompanied by Trade and Investment Attaché Ms Asmma Kamal today visited Sri Lanka’s Minister of Commerce , Bandula Gunawardena and her team.

“A very fruitful discussion took place to define a strategy to streamline and improve bilateral trade under the Pakistan-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement,” the high commission said.

The two sides agreed to take all possible measures to resolve the obstacles in a mutually beneficial manner in order to materialize the high bilateral trade potential between the two friendly countries.

The High Commissioner invited the Minister of Commerce to undertake a visit to Pakistan as soon as possible, which will boost bilateral trade, joint ventures and economic cooperation between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.



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