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Kuwaiti-Pakistani trade ties thrive at Mango Festival

The non-oil trade volume between the two countries reached a promising $590 million in 2023, signifying a steady upward trend.

H.E. Malik Muhammad Farooq, the Pakistani ambassador to Kuwait, reaffirmed Pakistans commitment to strengthening food security cooperation with Kuwait, aiming to achieve this by providing a diverse range of food products, including fruits, meat, and livestock.

The Mango Festival showcased the growing popularity of Pakistani products among Kuwaiti citizens and residents, while also promoting food security cooperation between the two countries.

 

The recent Mango Festival at The Avenues mall in Kuwait showcased the robust trade relations between Kuwait and Pakistan.

This event showcased the growing popularity of Pakistani products among Kuwaiti citizens and residents, while also promoting food security cooperation between the two countries.

Positive developments in bilateral trade

H.E. Malik Muhammad Farooq, the Pakistani ambassador to Kuwait, emphasized the positive developments in bilateral trade.

The non-oil trade volume between the two countries reached a promising $590 million in 2023, signifying a steady upward trend.

Ambassador Farooq reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment to strengthening food security cooperation with Kuwait, aiming to achieve this by providing a diverse range of food products, including fruits, meat, and livestock.”

He also commended the success of the recent Kuwait-Pakistan Joint Economic Cooperation Committee meeting, which underscored the shared desire to expand and deepen ties across various sectors.

Echoing this sentiment, Khaled Al-Yaseen, Deputy Assistant Foreign Minister for Asian Affairs, echoed Ambassador Farooq’s sentiments and expressed Kuwait’s appreciation for the strong and developing relations with Pakistan. He highlighted the Kuwaiti leadership’s keenness to foster cooperation in all domains.”

Al-Yaseen reiterated Kuwait’s satisfaction with the fruitful outcomes of the Joint Economic Cooperation Committee meeting, emphasizing the shared aspiration to further enhance bilateral relations on all fronts.

Promoting public health and well-being

Dr. Ameera Al-Hassan, Director of the UN-Habitat Office for Kuwait and the Gulf Countries, lauded the Mango Festival for its contribution.

She highlighted the importance of mangoes in promoting a healthy lifestyle due to their rich nutritional benefits.

Dr. Al-Hassan also emphasized the ongoing collaboration between UN-Habitat, the Kuwaiti government, and partner embassies.

This collaboration aims to promote public health, ensure access to high-quality products, and create a supportive environment for mental well-being.






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