Investors and business people from Kyrgyzstan to visit Pakistan in September

The Kyrgyz delegation would consist of important personalities.

The flags of Pakistan And Kyrgyzstan.

A 20-member delegation of business people and investors from Kyrgyzstan is to visit Pakistan in September.

During their visit, the delegation members will hold a business forum to discuss business-to-business (B2B) ties with the Pakistani business community.

Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan on a map.

This was revealed by the Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Pakistan, Ulanbek Totuiaev, in a conversation with the former president of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce (ICCI), Zafar Bakhtawari, and the prominent business person, Ahsan Bakhtawari, on Sunday.

According to Totuiaev, the Kyrgyz delegation intending to visit Pakistan would include important personalities.

Some of these personalities would be from chief governmental institutions and various businesses. This is expected to help promote investment.

The Kyrgyz ambassador also remarked that the upcoming business forum would be a “milestone” for promoting trade in the region.

Moreover, he said Pakistan’s regional economic and trade connectivity with the Central Asian Republics (CARs), such as Kyrgyzstan, is the key towards development in the whole region.

Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. (Turkish Airlines)

The Kyrgyz ambassador also stressed that peace in Afghanistan is significant for prosperity throughout the region, including Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan.

Moreover, Totuiaev remarked that the incumbent Kyrgyz government, under the leadership of President Sadyr Japarov, aims to increase trade and cooperation with all of the countries in the region, including Pakistan.

Meanwhile, speaking on occasion, former ICCI president Zafar Bakhtawari urged that flight operations between Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan needed to be facilitated and enhanced.

Kyrgyzstan offers markets to Pakistani merchandise

Bakhawari suggested that at least two flights a week should be operated from the three major Pakistani cities — Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad — en route to Kyrgyzstan. The Kyrgyz ambassador concurred on this point.

On the other hand, prominent business person Ahsan Bakhtawari said he would visit Kyrgyzstan next month with a business delegation to open new avenues for cooperation between the two nations.

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