Kyrgyzstan has opened its market to Pakistani businesses and investment would be profitable, according to Kyrgyzstan’s ambassador to Pakistan, Erik Beishembiev, on Saturday.
During his address to the LCCI, he asked the business community to engage in joint ventures in pharmaceutical, rice cultivation, education, tourism, and various other sectors.
“The Kyrgyz ambassador continued, ‘Kyrgyzstan is not highly established in pharmaceutical development, which provides numerous opportunities for Pakistani pharmaceutical companies.'”
The ambassador said that his country respected its relations with Pakistan, and as a result, it tried to extend and improve the established ties. According to him, the long-standing Kyrgyz-Pakistani historical links could be traced back centuries ago.