Afghan minister discuss trade, commerce with Sindh CM.

KARACHI -- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and Afghanistan Minister for Commerce Nooruddin Aziz in their meeting at the CM House have agreed to work together to promote peace in the region so that trade and commerce can be boosted for the prosperity and welfare of the people. The Afghan Commerce minister was accompanied by Deputy Minister Transport Sadiqullah Abid, Senior Afghan government officers of Trade, Transport, and Aviation, and Pakistan Ambassador in Afghanistan Mr. Ubaid ur Rehman Nizamani. Provincial Ministers Sharjeel Memon, Nasir Shah, Jam Ikramullah, Chief Secretary Sohail Rajput, and PSCM Fayaz Jatoi also attended the meeting. The CM welcomed the delegation and discussed various issues including Afghan settlers in Karachi, the promotion of peace and tranquility, and the promotion of trade and commerce.

The CM said that both the countries, Pakistan and Afghanistan, were two brother countries and Pakistan, particularly Karachi has become another home of Afghanistan nationals. The Afghan minister, Mr Noorduddin said that this Eidul Fitr was the only Eid during the last many years that no untoward incident took place in Afghanistan. 'Our people celebrated Eid with religious fervor and moved freely for recreation,' he said...

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