Ambassadors of Nepal, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan visit LCCI in a day


The Ambassador of Nepal Tapas Adhikari, Ambassador of Azerbaijan KhazarFarhadov and Ambassador of Turkmenistan AtadjanMovlamov visited the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry in a day and have a deep discussion on the trade and economic ties between Pakistan and their respective countries.
LCCI President MianNaumanKabir presented the addresses of welcome while Senior Vice President MianRehman Aziz Chan and Vice President HarisAteeq also spoke on the occasion. The Executive Committee Members were also present in the meetings.
Ambassador of Nepal Tapas Adhikari said Nepal sees Pakistan as a preferred partner and is keen to expand trade relations. He said that Nepal Chamber has inked a Memorandum of Understanding with Lahore Chamber implementation on which in true sense of words can help increase bilateral trade. While calling for exchange of trade delegations between the two countries, the Ambassador said that he himself will bring a delegation of Nepali businessmen to Pakistan soon.
Ambassador of Azerbaijan KhazarFarhadov said the Lahore Chamber is playing a key role in maintaining good economic relations between the two countries. He said that Pakistan is a strong country and has supported Azerbaijan in testing times. “We want to further improve the trade relations with Pakistan”, the Ambassador said and added that cultural cooperation should be promoted.
Ambassador of Turkmenistan AtadjanMovlamov said his country gives a great importance to better relations with Pakistan and wants to speed up work on Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (TAPI) Pipeline Project. He said that a logistics center has been established for transit trade in Turkmenistan but one route cannot meet the requirements, so access to the ports of Karachi and Gwadar is very important.