ISLAMABAD: The Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) President Saqib Rafiq called on the Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Pakistan, Ladislav Steinhübel, on Wednesday.
During the meeting, the RCCI president gave a briefing to the envoy on the chamber’s current activities and future programs.
He said that the Czech Republic had a vast scope for Pakistani goods while the existing trade volume between the two nations was low and needed to be raised through frequent exchanges of delegations.
Issues related to enhancing bilateral trade, investment opportunities, waste management and recycling, green energy, sector-specific information sharing, networking and chamber-to-chamber connectivity, Gem Stone, IT, Tourism, Pharma, exploring non-conventional sectors, visit of trade delegation and facilities for investors and Ease of Doing Business under Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) came under discussion.
Ladislav Steinhübel welcomed the delegation and commended RCCI’s efforts in promoting trade activities in the region.
Ambassador Highlights Bilateral Ties
The diplomat said that Pakistan and the Czech Republic enjoy a friendly and cordial relationship, and a lot of potential exists to enhance the relationship between both nations.
He assured full support and assistance for information sharing, chamber-to-chamber connectivity, and possible joint ventures in different sectors.