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Pakistan Pavilion in Chengdu introduces famous touristic sites

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BEIJING, Oct 29 (APP): Pakistan National Pavilion at the Sichuan Agriculture Expo in Chengdu has introduced the famous touristic sites in Pakistan and displayed a number of the agricultural goods produced by the country.

More than a dozen Pakistani companies displayed their agricultural products here. The Pavilion attracted great interest from the participants attending the Expo.

Pakistan’s Ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque, inaugurated the Pavilion.

He was joined by the Vice governor of Sichuan Province Hu Yun, Secretary Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP), Dr Farheed Iqbal and Pakistan’s Acting Consul General in Chengdu Agha Hunain Abbas Khan, CEN reported.

Meanwhile, the Ambassador participated in the Opening Ceremony of the 9th Sichuan Agriculture Expo, where Pakistan is the Country of Honor. In his address during the opening ceremony, the Ambassador highlighted the strong bilateral relations between Pakistan and China, that are based on political trust, strategic communication, and practical cooperation.

He also highlighted the close cooperation between Pakistan and Sichuan, including through sister province and city collaborations.

Pakistan’s participation in the Expo will inject impetus into the ongoing cooperation between Pakistan and China in the agriculture sector. Recently five important agriculture SPS protocols have been finalized between the two sides, giving Pakistan access to a market of US$30 billion in cooked beef, dairy, chillies, cherries and other livestock products.

This endeavour will contribute to Pakistan’s efforts to increase its exports to China.

Sichuan Agriculture Expo is the largest agriculture expo in western China and caters to over 400 million people. More than 2000 exhibitors are attending the Expo and more than 200,000 people are expected to visit it.

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