Consul general reveals: Swiss airline to consider resuming operations

It was also proposed that a MoU should be signed to further enhance cooperation between the two organisations.


APP September 18, 2014

LAHORE:


Swiss International Airlines is considering resuming operations in Pakistan, said Swiss Consul General Emil Wyss during his meeting with high ups of Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT) along with head of Commercial Section Jordan James Din and Commercial and Administrative Officer Ajwat Arsalan Khan.


He said the Swiss Business Council is also planning to have a trade show at the Karachi Airport where businessmen from both countries will participate.


The delegates were welcomed by the PBIT CEO Mohammad Ilyas Ghauri, director general policy, projects and research and director communication.


A brief presentation on PBIT and Pakistan-Switzerland trade relations was given to the Consul General and his team. It was also proposed that a MoU should be signed to further enhance cooperation between the two organisations. The Swiss Business Council has already planned to introduce Pakistani companies, extending an invitation to PBIT to nominate companies for the delegation.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 18th, 2014.

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COMMENTS (3)

Johar | 7 years ago | Reply

PMLNs hard work bearing fruit. Shame on conpirator imran khan and tahir ul qadri for delaying Chinese Presidents visit

Moiz Omar | 7 years ago | Reply Hopefully they do resume operations in Pakistan, and hopefully more peaceful and prosperous times are coming.
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