PM Nawaz Sharif invites Bahrain to invest in Pakistan's tourism industry – Research Snipers

PM Nawaz Sharif invites Bahrain to invest in Pakistan’s tourism industry

PM Nawaz Sharif - Inviting Bahrain to invest in Pakistan

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been actively showing his interest in making Pakistan’s economy stronger. CPEC being his largest move to boost the economy. And now he calls Bahrain to find new investment opportunities in Pakistan.

Addressing Bahraini investors, PM Nawaz Sharif highlighted that tourism industry in Pakistan also seeks new investment. He was talking to a delegation from Bahrain. He stressed that an investment in Pakistan would strengthen the brotherly bond between the countries.

Our bilateral relations are founded on shared history, cultural linkages, and strong people-to-people contacts

Said the PM in his business meeting.

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The Bahraini delegation was led by Minister for Industries, Commerce, and Tourism Zayed R Alzayani. Other prominent personalities included; Shaikh Hamad bin Salman al-Khalifa, Bader Fareed Abdul Rahman Isa Alsaad, and Sayed Heshan Alawai Hamza Salman Alsaken.

PM Nawaz Sharif’s address rolled out just a day earlier to the 2nd-Pakistan-Bahrain Business Opportunities Conference. The conference would be held in Islamabad, commencing from Thursday.

Ministry of Commerce and Pakistan Embassy in Bahrain are the leading organizers of the 2nd-Pakistan-Bahrain Business Opportunities Conference. Javed Malik, Ambassador to Bahrain, also welcomed potential investments from Bahrain. According to him, this conference is going to be the largest platform for the delegation all the way from Gulf region.

Further addressing to the delegation, PM Nawaz sharif added:

Pakistani diaspora in Bahrain is serving as a human bridge between the two brotherly countries and have been playing an important role in the development and prosperity of Pakistan and Bahrain

Further, PM Nawaz Sharif also appreciated Javed Malik’s performance in building stronger relations with Bahrain. Actions like these would create not only business opportunities but also open doors for tourists from Bahrain.

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