From Business Correspondent
SIALKOT: Ambassador of Nepal in Pakistan Ms Sewa Lamsal yesterday visited the Surgical Instruments Manufacturers and Exporters Association of Pakistan (SIMAP) here. The ambassador said that the time was high to do more for further increasing mutual trade ties between Pakistan and Nepal besides assuring a regular exchange of mutual trade delegations.
She stated this while addressing a meeting of surgical instruments manufactures and exporters held here at the office of SIMAP. Pakistan Surgical Industry Leader Muhammad Jehangir Bajwa and Chairman SIMAP Khalilur Rehman Mughal jointly presided over the meeting.
The ambassador said that Nepal was keen to boost the mutual trade ties with Pakistan, pledging to make efforts for removing hurdles from the way of promoting trade between both the countries.
She stressed the need for making all-out sincere efforts to establish strong trade relations between Pakistan and Nepal. Ms Sewa Lamsal agreed with surgical exporters proposal regarding the regular exchange of trade information and delegations to enhance the trade between the two countries. She said that there were also bright opportunities to establish the strong Business-to-Business contacts between Sialkot and Nepal, adding, it would help to boost the trade ties as well.