Pak’s business community can get benefit from Uzbek Market

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Deputy Prime Minister for Investment and Foreign Trade, Jamshid khodjaev said that there are excessive opportunities for trade and investment in Uzbekistan for Pakistani businessmen and investors.

The Deputy Prime Minister said that there are plenty of investment opportunities in Uzbekistan potential regions including Bokhara, Samarkand and Tashkent in which Pakistani investors can invest.

Deputy Prime Minister for Investment and Foreign Trade, Jamshid khodjaev said this while addressing the gathering of Pakistan’s business leaders, including the representative from different industrial sectors here.

He said that “we will provide all facilities to Pakistani investors and businessmen in Uzbekistan.”

He said that cooperation between Pakistan and Uzbekistan in the field of energy cannot be ruled out. The Deputy Minister said that “we are trying to resolve all the issues of Pakistan’s investors and businessmen working with Uzbekistan”.

He said that during this visit “we discussed various measures to increase bilateral trade in negotiations with the Pakistan government.”

He said that agreements have been signed to facilitate and increase bilateral and transit trade in both countries.

The Deputy PM said that the restructuring of road links for regional economic and trade integration is extremely important.

In this regard, the governments of Uzbekistan and Pakistan are cooperating fully, which will increase regional trade not only between the two countries

He said that we are seeing new avenues of cooperation between Uzbekistan and Pakistan opening in the future, which will usher in a new era of prosperity in the region.

Meanwhile, the Ambassador of Uzbekistan to Pakistan, Aybek Arif Usmanov said there is a need to bring the business communities of Pakistan and Uzbekistan closer so that trade between the two countries can increase.

He said that Pakistan and Uzbekistan have cultural and religious compatibility which can lead to an increase in economic activities in both countries.—APP