Razak in Kabul for trade talks

Published November 17, 2020
Adviser on Commerce to Prime Minister Razak Dawood is received by Afghan Minister of Commerce at Kabul airport. — Photo courtesy Ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan Twitter
Adviser on Commerce to Prime Minister Razak Dawood is received by Afghan Minister of Commerce at Kabul airport. — Photo courtesy Ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan Twitter

ISLAMABAD: After a gap of few years, Pakistan and Afghanistan has resumed formal talks on improving bilateral economic relations.

An official announcement said that Adviser on Commerce to Prime Minister Razak Dawood left for a three-day talk on Monday.

Soon after reaching Kabul, the adviser called on Speaker of Afghan Wolesi Jirga in Kabul and discussed strengthening of trade and economic relations.

During the three-day talk, discussions will focus on a new era of trade and investment cooperation so that the two economies may integrate more and further enhance our exports to Afghanistan and beyond.

Published in Dawn, November 17th, 2020

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