The meeting was co-chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Uzbek and Minister of Investment and Foreign Trade Sardor Umurzakov and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Abdul Razak Huawood’s Commercial Advisor.
According to media reports in Pakistan, the two countries have agreed that the cross-Afghanistan corridor connecting the two countries will play an important role in strengthening bilateral trade between the two countries.
The two parties have agreed to deepen their partnership in the field of industrial cooperation, including forming joint ventures in the fields of textile industry, assembly of agricultural machinery, processing and packaging of fruit and vegetable products.
Solutions to deepen cooperation in the fields of energy and minerals, agriculture, transportation and communications, labor, education, tourism, science and technology, technology parks, housing and communal services, intercity cooperation, standards, meteorology, culture and youth issues it was done.
In April of this year, Prime Minister Imran Khan and President of Uzbekistan Mirjiyoev held a virtual summit to discuss joint promotion of the transcontinental railroad construction project, increased trade turnover, and strengthened cooperation between major companies. Resumption of national and air traffic, development of contact between regions, cultural and humanitarian exchanges.
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Uzbekistan and Pakistan have agreed to enter into a preferential trade agreement within three months to increase bilateral trade. At the sixth meeting of the Uzbek-Pakistan Intergovernmental Committee on Trade Economy and Science and Technology Cooperation in Tashkent, both sides agreed to form joint working groups in several areas to promote cooperation.
Pakistan’s Uzbekistan agrees to conclude preferential trade agreement
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