Islamabad, Jan 28 (Asia Free Press): A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the All Pakistan Business Forum.
Within the framework of this document, the sides agreed to jointly develop trade relations, organize B2B events, including the ones between businesswomen associations, increase cooperation in education and culture, and promote socially oriented projects.
In his welcoming speech, Ambassador H.E. Mr. Y. Kistafin congratulated those present on holding the first such event, emphasizing the importance of increasing trade and economic cooperation in the context of the task set by the leaders of both countries.
On his part, the APBF President, Mr. Syed Maaz Mahmood noted the growing interest of the business community of Pakistan to the development of joint projects with Kazakh businessmen, expressing the readiness of the Association to provide all possible assistance.
Following the results of the event, the parties agreed to approve a joint action plan for 2022.
The All-Pakistan Business Forum was established in May 2011 and currently unites more than 2,000 business communities of Pakistan, public organizations, mass media, chambers of commerce and associations on a single platform.