Malaysian envoy for enhanced trade cooperation

Malaysian envoy was invited as the chief guest in the seminar on ‘trade of palm oil and its uses'


Our Correspondent October 29, 2021
Imports marginally increased by 1% month-on-month and stood at $5.3 billion last month. PHOTO: FILE

HARIPUR:

Malaysian Ambassador to Pakistan Deddy Faisal Ahmad Salleh has called for enhanced cooperation between Pakistani and Malaysian scientists.

Speaking at a one-day international seminar on the palm oil trade at the University of Haripur, he assured of his full cooperation in this regard.

The Malaysian envoy was invited as the chief guest in the seminar on ‘trade of palm oil and its uses'.

The university spokesperson said that the seminar was organised by the food sciences department in collaboration with the Malaysian Palm Oil Board.

Haripur University Vice-Chancellor Prof Anwar Gilani termed coordinated planning and collaboration among all related spheres in the field as the need of the hour.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 29th, 2021.

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