Adviser to the Prime Minister for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood said on Tuesday that Pakistan is considering allowing visa on arrival for 55 countries.
Addressing a press conference, Dawood said a policy was being formulated and it would be presented to Prime Minister Imran Khan by next month.
“We will also consult with the country’s security institutions regarding the matter,” he said.
Dawood added that Pakistan needs tourism and that the government would do whatever is in the interest of the country.
In January, Pakistan announced to allow visa on arrival for group tourists for 24 countries, including the US and UK.