Pakistan has called for the establishment of a Pak-Libya Chamber of Commerce for bilateral trade relations with Libya.
Libyan Nazim-ul-Amour Omar Abdul Karim called on Pakistan’s Finance Minister Shaukat Tareen. Deputy Managing Director and senior officials of Pak-Libya Holding Company were also present in the meeting.
The meeting highlighted the deep fraternal ties between the two countries, while the Finance Minister called for the establishment of a Pak-Libya Chamber of Commerce to enhance bilateral trade relations.
Libya’s Charg d’Affaires said that Pakistan and Libya have good friendly relations and the Libyan government wants to enhance bilateral relations between the two countries’ businessmen.
The Finance Minister also discussed the performance of Pak-Libya Holding Company while Finance Minister Shaukat Tareen also expressed his support for further strengthening the fraternal ties.
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