A delegation from Kyrgyzstan’s business community recently expressed enthusiasm for investing in Pakistan’s food sector, as reported by The Associated Press of Pakistan.
Led by Zhumadil Egemberdiev from the company “Shoro,” the delegation highlighted the potential for collaboration within Pakistan’s thriving food industry, particularly in the Punjab province.
During discussions with Meher Kashif Younis, Chairman of Kyrgyzstan Trade House and Coordinator to the Federal Tax Ombudsman, Egemberdiev emphasized enhancing economic growth and bilateral relations.
Recognizing Pakistan’s abundant resources, skilled workforce, and growing consumer demand, Kyrgyz businessmen showed keen interest in joint ventures and partnerships that could stimulate innovation, create employment opportunities, and expand markets.
Benefits for Both Countries
Egemberdiev highlighted the food industry’s significance in both countries’ economies, underscoring the potential for collaboration.
He proposed leveraging Kyrgyzstan’s expertise in food products and processing techniques alongside Pakistan’s agricultural resources to establish international-standard food processing facilities. This partnership, he suggested, could yield value-added products, improved supply chains, and broader market reach.
To facilitate communication, knowledge exchange, and business matchmaking between the two nations, Egemberdiev proposed the creation of a collaborative platform.
This platform, he believed, would serve as a foundation for dialogue, enabling interested parties to explore synergies and identify specific investment projects.
Meher Kashif Younis, emphasizing a partnership built on mutual respect and trust, believed that successful collaborations could benefit not only the two economies but also contribute to the global food market. He welcomed Kyrgyzstan’s insights, suggestions, and recommendations for effective progression.
Zhumadil Egemberdiev, leader of the Kyrgyzstan business delegation, invited Pakistani traders to visit Kyrgyzstan. He emphasized the potential for collaboration, investment avenues, and joint ventures, particularly in the food industry. The visit aimed to explore opportunities for mutual growth and innovation.
Chairman Kyrgyzstan Trade House in Pakistan, Meher Kashif Younis, emphasized facilitating an environment where ideas flourish, collaborations thrive, and partnerships are nurtured.
Egemberdiev and his team aimed to ensure a productive and memorable experience for the Pakistani delegation, fostering an understanding of Kyrgyz hospitality and culture.
In conclusion, the Kyrgyz business community’s visit highlighted the potential for fruitful collaborations between Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan in the food sector and beyond.
The two nations expressed their intent to create lasting impacts on their economies through joint efforts and partnerships.