Pakistan has no objection to 'most favoured nation' status for India: Fahim
Lahore, Oct 12(ANI): Pakistan has no objection to granting the most favoured nation (MFN) status to India, Commerce Minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim has said, according to a news report.
"We will definitely carry it on. However, we want to proceed step by step," the Dawn quoted Fahim, as telling reporters after inaugurating an exhibition of carpets.
He said that technical details would be finalised at a meeting of the commerce secretaries of the two countries to be held in New Delhi next month.
The commerce minister said that India was now ready to support Pakistan in getting approval of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) for its products' access to European markets.
He said that Pakistan and India had also agreed to issue year-long multiple visas to businessmen.
About his recent visit to India as the head of a 75-member delegation of leading businessmen, he said it was the first visit by a Pakistani commerce minister to the neighbouring country in 35 years.
He also said that the Indian commerce minister had asked his country's envoy to Geneva to make preparations for supporting Pakistan when it took up with the European Union the issue of access to markets. (ANI)
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