Adviser to PM rejects negative reporting of Pakistan Afghan trade dialogue

Adviser to PM rejects negative reporting

Adviser to PM rejects negative reporting of Pakistan Afghan trade dialogue.

Prime Minister’s adviser on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood has refuted the baseless propaganda.

Adviser to PM rejects negative reporting

A section of media from Afghanistan released fake news regarding trade dialogue process between Islamabad and Kabul.

Dawood posted his view on his official twitter account.

He said both sides had a very good start to the trade dialogue.

Moreover, he recalled each side gave its views on the future vision.

He also termed the tweet of an Afghan news channel about the meeting as contrary to what they discussed.

Furthermore, Abdul Razak Dawood said the ridiculous tweet shocked him.

Because, that tweet made a false claim, while the adviser to the PM failed to understand the motive behind it.

On Monday, Pakistan Afghan Transit Trade Coordination Authority joint session held in Islamabad.

Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood spoke during the session.

He said government is making all out efforts to remove all hindrances in trade with Afghanistan.

While speaking on the occasion, Afghan Commerce Minister said that Afghanistan welcomes the Pakistani investors in the country.

Furthermore, he said Afghanistan desires to reach South Asian markets.

Meanwhile, 10 Taliban lost lives, while six others injured in a clash with government forces.

Casualties reported in Helmand province today.


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