Islamabad: The Pak-Sri Lanka Business Council Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) officials are determined to all-inclusive roadmap to increase mutual trading between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The project was decided in a meeting chaired by the provincial chairman, Mr. Zulfiqar Ali Khan on Thursday. It was decided to encourage Sri Lankan investors to invest in potential sectors in the tourism and hospitality sectors in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as well as elsewhere in the country.
The Council members agreed on taking the federal government and other relevant departments on board to generate an action plan. They would also create a concrete mechanism for the promotion of mutual trade between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Mr. Zulfiqar Ali Khan stated that KP is a lucrative destination for foreign investment. It is also stated that tourism, hospitality, hydra power generation, minerals, and honey are some of the potential industries in KP that offer massive investment opportunities.
Sri Lankan companies were invited by the Council Chairman to make the best of opportunities and economic trade ties between the two countries. They also announced in the meeting that further consultation will be arranged with the KP Governor and Chief Minister in the future to plan the action of strengthening Pak-Sri Lanka trade relations.
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