Denmark can share experience, extend green technologies to Pakistan: Envoy.

FAISALABAD -- Ambassador of Denmark in Pakistan Jakob Linulf on Tuesday said completion of high-end value-added textile

chain was imperative to reorganize textile on modern, scientific and competitive lines, and Denmark could

share its experience and extend green technologies to Pakistan.

Addressing the business community at the Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) here,

he said his visit to Faisalabad was to explore new opportunities in this sector. He expressed satisfaction on

bilateral trade relations between Pakistan and Denmark, and said that Denmark is a country of

traders and merchants.

He said Denmark had long standing relations with Pakistan and around 50 Danish companies, including Muller

and Maersk, were already working in Pakistan. He said that Denmark was providing chemicals and technologies to Pakistan while a wastewater treatment plant had also been established with the funding through the IFU and DANIDA Sustainable Infrastructure Finance.

He proposed direct linkages between the business communities of the two countries and assured full assistance in this regard.

About the GSP Plus, he said that it should continue till the stabilization of Pak economy.

Responding to a question, he said that Pakistan must enhance its agriculture production to meet growing needs of its population.

He also appreciated quality and taste of Pakistani fruit and said that there was huge potential for its preservation and processing.

He said that Denmark could also extend technological support to Pakistan to preserve milk and produce a long chain of its value-added products for exports.

Earlier, Dr Khurram Tariq, President FCCI, welcomed the guest and...

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