Pakistan and the UK have deep historical ties: Monis Elahi

Bilateral trade volume could double with the introduction of duty-free trade between the two countries. Pakistan Muslim League appreciates the British role in the economic and social development of the country. British High Commission Representative for Punjab Alex Balanger meets Monis Elahi, Janal Shah and Rizwan Mumtaz Ali was also present in the meeting

From the central leader of Pakistan Muslim League, MNA Monis Elahi, the recently appointed representative of the British High Commission for Punjab, Mr. Alex Balanger. Alex Ballinger met. In the meeting, former representative of British High Commission for Punjab Mr. Janal Shah. Jinal Shah and Advisor Pakistan Muslim League Rizwan Mumtaz Ali were also present.

Monis Elahi said that Pakistan and the British people have deep historical ties, the recent British concessions to boost bilateral trade between the two countries are very welcome, Pakistan Muslim League appreciated the British role in promoting economic and social development and democracy in the country. She sees with her eyes. Monis Elahi appreciated the continued interest of the British government and people in the political, social, and economic development of Pakistan.

He hoped that with the introduction of duty-free trade between Pakistan and the UK after the UK’s secession from Europe, there was a strong possibility that bilateral trade volume would soon double. Alex Bellinger, a representative of the British High Commission for Punjab, described Pakistan and the UK as best friends and said that in the future, the UK was keen to invest in Pakistan in various industrial and commercial sectors besides social development.

He also appreciated the policies of the Pakistan Muslim League on environment and education prepared in collaboration with the British High Commission Islamabad. Adviser Pakistan Muslim League Rizwan Mumtaz Ali thanked the British High Commission for its special cooperation in organizing the Pakistan Muslim League Policy Conference to be held in Lahore in March.

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