Cairo (Adnan Hameed): Dr. Gohar Ejaz, Federal Minister for Commerce, Industries, and Investments, engaged in productive discussions with H.E Ahmed Samir, Egypt’s Minister of Commerce and Chief Guest of the 4th Pakistan-Africa Trade Development Conference (PATDC) & Single Country Exhibition (SCE). The dialogue centered on enhancing collaboration across crucial sectors, including agriculture, textiles, engineering, and services.
Recognizing the potential for mutual benefits, both ministers emphasized the importance of expanding economic and trade relations between Pakistan and Egypt. The meeting, attended by policymakers and business leaders from various nations, provided a conducive environment for diverse ideas and opinions to converge, fostering meaningful discussions.
The event serves as a pivotal platform for cultivating economic ties and exploring investment opportunities between the two nations. The discussions underscored the shared commitment of Pakistan and Egypt to deepen economic cooperation, capitalizing on their respective strengths in key sectors.
Dr. Gohar Ejaz reaffirmed Pakistan’s dedication to making its markets more accessible to the MENA region. The strategy involves strengthening economic bonds with MENA economies, with a specific focus on potential collaborations in agriculture, textiles, engineering, and services.
This commitment aligns seamlessly with the Look Africa policy, reflecting Pakistan’s aspiration to unlock its economic and trade potential. The primary objective is to facilitate investments and enhance market accessibility, contributing to broader goals of economic growth and cooperation.
Beyond being a platform for bilateral talks, the 4th PATDC & SCE serves as a catalyst for the exchange of ideas and strategies to bolster economic ties. The event lays the groundwork for increased collaboration, paving the way for enhanced cooperation and mutual prosperity.