RCCI trade fair wins ambassadors’ appreciation

Staff Reporter

The foreign ambassadors have appreciated the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry for its efforts to promote trade activities and organising exhibitions.

According to details, a large number of ambassadors, high commissioners, commercial counsellors and diplomats visited the ‘Build 2021 Expo and Construction Trade Fair’ organised by the RCCI at Ayub Park.

Ambassador of Denmark in Pakistan, Lis Rosenholm in her tweet appreciated RCCI for its efforts for promoting trade activities and organizing exhibitions. She also discussed investment opportunities in liveable cities hand in hand with tackling climate changes and creating jobs.

She said it was a great visit and she is happy to know that RCCI has become the first green chamber in Pakistan by installing a solar system and rainwater harvesting and recharge system in the building.

Malaysian High Commissioner Ikram Bin Mohammad Ibrahim, Palestinian ambassador to Pakistan Ahmed Jawad Rabie, Yemeni Ambassador to Pakistan Mohammed Motahar Alashabi, Nepal Ambassador, and German Ambassador Bernhard Schlagheck visited different stalls at expo and appreciated the projects.

RCCI President Muhammad Nasir Mirza gave them a short briefing on RCCI current and ongoing projects and programmes. He said that the purpose of the expo is to promote business activities.

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