Somali embassy in Pakistan to take part in second round of African and Pakistani trade forums

Peshawar The second meeting of the Africa-Pakistan Business Forum in Peshawar, Pakistan, was attended by representatives of Somalia’s ambassador to the Ministry of Trade and Industry.

Despite the mutual  the Ministry of Commerce of Pakistan and Acting Chairman of the African Ambassadors in Pakistan and Kenya’s ambassador islamabad Mr Julius Kibet Bitok was Trade policy in Africa.
Pakistan’s Pakistani Trade and Industry Trading Officer Khadar Guled has expressed his desire to lead the country’s economy and how Somalia is ready to step up the project that the Pakistani government intends to launch in the African markets.

Khadar Guled  said: “The Government of Somalia and the Ministry of Commerce are committed to improving the trade relations between the two countries, and it is a new example of a new Somalia-based transformation process that should focus on improving the business relationship 16 “This is the first step in Pakistan and the second round,” said the Pakistani embassy in Somalia. He said that taking advantage of the Foreign Investment Law approved by the Parliament of Somalia is a country of investment and trade relations international

The Pakistani government is one of the largest trading partners in Somalia, and the Somali embassy officials are pursuing efforts to boost the opportunities of businesses in Somalia and the availability of new investment in the country.