Indonesian ambassador invites Pakistani businessmen to exhibit fruits and vegetables during the 5-day exhibition
MULTAN: Indonesian Ambassador to Pakistan Iwan Suyudhie Amri has said that over 1,100 stalls will be set up at the five-day industrial and trade exhibition, which would be held from October 24 in his country.
Talking to journalists at the Multan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI), the ambassador said that around 28,000 international guests would participate in the exhibition.
He said that the main purpose of organising the exhibition was to introduce and highlight Indonesian products to international audiences, adding that Pakistanis could benefit from it by participating in the exhibition.
He said that there were no hurdles in getting the Indonesian visa, adding that his country was providing free visa to 174 countries for 30 days.
He said that priority would be given to people hailing from industrial or trade sectors if they attach the chamber of commerce letters along with their visa applications.
Ambassador Iwan said that his country was cooperating in various sectors with Pakistan. “Pakistanis could exhibit mangoes, vegetables and other fruits by contacting Pakistani commercial counsellor in Jakarta,” he added.