Advisor to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood, on Tuesday said that a transit trade agreement between Pakistan and Tajikistan will be signed soon.
In a statement, Dawood said that increasing transit trade between the two countries would mark a new beginning for the region’s bilateral economic and trade ties as well as facilitate contact with other countries.
The advisor said Pakistan was also working to promote bilateral trade and economic connectivity with other Central Asian Republics (CARs).
He said that Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan would attend an investment and trade conference held in Tajikistan during his upcoming visit to the country, which starts on September 15.
“The PM will meet leaders of various countries in the region, and will also meet Tajikistan’s business community,” he added.