In an important move promoting bilateral relationships between Nepal and Pakistan, Nepal Ambassador to Pakistan Sewa Lamsal welcomed Sialkot exporters to explore Nepal’s trade markets.
Speaking at the Meeting of Exporters at the Surgical Instruments Manufacturers & Exporters Association of Pakistan (SIMAP) auditorium Lamsal said, Nepal was very much interested in:
She also pledged to make efforts to mutual boost trade ties, especially when it was the right time. Currently, both countries are enjoying cordial trade relations.
Additionally, she also extended full support to Sialkot exporters for easy access to the Pakistani business community and the international Nepali trade markets.
Trade Opportunities in Pakistan, Nepal
Sialkot surgical exporters pitched for regular exchange of updated trade information and delegations to enhance trade ties.
Lamsal agreed with the proposal and went on to add that there were bright opportunities of establishing joint-ventures with Sialkot-Pakistan business community in various trade fields. Nepali companies have been showing keen interest for the same.
Pakistan Surgical Industry Leader Muhammad Jehangir Bajwa and SIMAP Chairman Khalilur Rehman Mughal represented Pakistan at the meeting.
Bajwa pointed that Sialkot exporters have a great potential to explore and tap international Nepali markets by exporting world-class traditional and non-traditional export products.
However, the disadvantage was that there was no direct link between both countries’ communities.
Rehman said that Nepal should focus on purchasing these surgical products directly from Pakistan instead of spending a huge purchase amount in European markets. Countries like these buy surgical products from Pakistan for re-sale.