67 companies from Pakistan participated in Business Forum in Dushanbe


As many as 67 companies from Pakistan and more than 150 Tajik companies participated in the forum, the PMO said. A large number of business-to-business meetings were held among companies representing textiles, pharmaceuticals, leather, fruits and vegetables, processed food, transport and logistics, construction, education, tourism and mining.

Fifteen memorandums of understanding were signed for joint ventures and many orders were booked by Pakistani exporters.

Prime Minister Khan, speaking on this occasion, invited Tajik businessmen to invest in Pakistan. He hoped for early materialisation of CASA-1000 project.

Mr Khan said a peaceful and stable Afghanistan was extremely important for regional connectivity and Pakistan would work together with Tajikistan and other neighbouring countries of Afghanistan to support the process of peace, progress and prosperity.

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