Pakistan, Mexico to revive Joint Ministerial Commission
ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain on Friday called for reviving the Joint Ministerial Commission between Pakistan and Mexico to further bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
The President was talking to Ambassador-designate of Pakistan to Mexico Tasawar Khan who called on him at the Aiwan-e-Sadr.
The President stated that Pakistan was an agricultural country and there was a need to enhance the trade of fruits and other commodities including rice with Mexico, so that exports could be increased.
He said that increase in trade would not only boost links between the two countries but also improve country's foreign exchange reserves.
The President emphasized that preference should be given to exchange of diplomatic, educational, cultural and trade delegations between the two countries.
President Mamnoon called for taking full benefit from big economy of Mexico by focussing on increasing trade relations between the two countries.
The President congratulated the Ambassador-designate on assuming new assignment and hoped that he would utilize all his capabilities to promote positive image of Pakistan in Mexico.
He further advised the Ambassador-designate to convince the Mexican investors to invest in Pakistan as it was one of the best countries for investment. (APP)