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Pak-India joint business council (PIJBC) would contribute to the efforts for long term, sustainable and mutually beneficial relationship between the neighbour states.
Noor Muhammad Kasuri one of the 15 member Council constituted by the Government of Pakistan, said this talking to Media.
He expressed confidence that the Council would play its role to facilitate the two states take future decisions while adopting a friendly approach towards each other.
“It would also help both the sides to resolve the issues like expansion of Iran-Pak gas pipeline project to India”, he expressed with optimism.
Noor M Kasuri, also chairman Pak India Business Council (PIBC), said people across the border have centuries old history of peaceful co-existence and time has come when both the countries chalk out 25-50 years friendship plan.
He said both the countries should redress issues faced by them and expand their business, cultural and other relations.
Advancement on gas projects to India, setting up of joint economic zones, industrial joint ventures, infrastructual development, electricity supply and trade of cement, vegetables, other consumer goods can move ahead only under a sustainable friendship plan, he added.
Pakistan government recently nominated 15 members for the Pakistan-India Joint Business Council following a decision by the two countries to create the body to boost commerce and economic ties. The notification of members was issued by the commerce ministry in line with the decision earlier made by the commerce ministers of Pakistan and India last April.