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Afghanistan, Pakistan to confer on economic cooperation

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Afghanistan, Pakistan to confer on economic cooperation

Minister ZakhilwalAfghan Finance Minister Dr. Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal has arrived in Islamabad, Pakistan to discuss economic cooperation between the two nations.

This comes after Afghan Ambassador to Islamabad Mohammad Omar Daudzai met with Pakistan’s Senator Ishaq Dar and discussed details about Zakhilwal’s visit.

The two parties will touch on cooperation in communications, railways, engineering, education, culture and tourism sectors.

Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to enhance bilateral trade to USD 5bn by 2015 from the current USD 2.5 billion.

Issues pertaining to transit trade would also be discussed by the two parties.



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