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Romanian envoy asks businessmen to devise strategy for increasing trade bilateral volume

WAH CANT: Ambassador of Romania Emilian Ion urged the Pakistani business community to evolve an effective and sector-spe

April 30, 2016

imageWAH CANT: Ambassador of Romania Emilian Ion urged the Pakistani business community to evolve an effective and sector-specific strategy in collaboration with Romanian businessmen for increasing bilateral trade.

He was talking top newsmen after attending a function held under the auspicious of Pakistan-Romania Friendship Association (PRFA) held here on Saturday.

The function was organized by member of the association members Syed Zaheer Hussain Shah and Syed Ahsan Shah at historical at Zaildar house.

President of Association Zaffar Bukhtarwi, Former provincial education Minister Mian Imran Masood and other officials were present on this occasion.

He said Pakistan's economy was growing at a fast speed and so was the case with the Romanian economy adding both countries are exploring more avenues of cooperation in diversified fields.

He said that evaluating the trade potential, the Romania is the only European country which has four honory consulates in different cities including Faisalabad.

The fast-changing global scenario demands an enhanced economic activity and exchange of trade delegations and joint exhibitions are the prerequisite, he said.

Ion stressed that Pakistan had great untapped potential which could be well utilized by cementing relationship between business communities of both the countries. "There is a dire need for exploring the potential in trade and commerce at the bilateral level as well as the European Union level." he added.

Responding another question, he said that Romania is offering cheap but quality medical education with 70 percept less tuition fees charged by medical colleges of UK and USA and students from Europe including France and other countries are currently enrolled.

He said that due to paucity of doctors in Pakistan, the aspirant medical students could avail the opportunity of affordable medical education.

Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2016