June 03, Colombo: Pakistan and Sri Lanka are exploring ways to enhance the bilateral trade under the Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, the High Commission of Pakistan in Colombo said.
The High Commissioner of Pakistan, Maj. Gen. (Retd) Muhammad Saad Khattak, accompanied by Trade & Investment Attaché, Ms. Asmma Kamal, has called on Sri Lanka’s Minister of Trade Bandula Gunawardena and his team today.
“A very fruitful discussion was held to strategize a way forward in streamlining and enhancing bilateral trade under the Pakistan-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement,” the High Commission said.
Both sides agreed on undertaking all possible measures to resolve impediments in a mutually beneficial way in order to materialize the high bilateral trade potential between the two friendly countries.
The High Commissioner invited the Trade Minister to undertake a visit to Pakistan at an early convenience, which will give boost to bilateral trade, joint ventures and economic cooperation between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
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