On Sunday, Maher Kashif Yunus, a Pakistani official, discussed the strong ties and connections between Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan during a meeting with a delegation of industrialists and businessmen led by Faran Shahid Arain at the Kyrgyzstan Trade House. Yunus emphasized the importance of cooperation between the two countries in various fields, including trade, energy, education, science and technology, and cultural exchange.
Yunus also highlighted the potential for Pakistan to export a variety of products to Kyrgyzstan and other states, including textiles, leather, pharmaceuticals, agricultural products, electrical appliances, communication equipment, machinery, and equipment. Kyrgyzstan and other countries are known to import large quantities of machinery and equipment from various countries. By promoting trade relations, Pakistan can export these products at high prices to these countries, while also importing energy and other products from Kyrgyzstan and other states.
During the meeting, Yunus praised the efforts of the Kyrgyzstan Ambassador to Pakistan, Ulanbek Tutoyev, in promoting bilateral trade and facilitating investment and joint ventures for importers and exporters. He also emphasized the need for cultural exchange between the two countries to strengthen their fraternal ties.