Friday, January 1, 2016

Pakistan welcomes Italian cooperation in education, technological areas: Ahsan

Islamabad—Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reform Ahsan Iqbal said on Wednesday that Pakistan would welcome Italian participation in social, monetary, training and innovative ranges. He was conversing with Ambassador of Italy in Pakistan Stefano Pontecorvo who approached him here.

The meeting was held in a warm and genial environment. Different issues relating to shared intrigues, participation and reciprocal relations were talked about.

They traded sees on matters identified with two-sided participation in exchange, speculation and instruction fields.

They consented to fortify the two-sided ties through upgraded collaboration in these zones. He said that Pakistan could profit by the aptitude of Italy in agro-based industry. Pakistan had propelled Olive Cultivation Project this year.

Along these lines, Italy's help would be basic in making this undertaking a win.

The Minister kept up that Italy could likewise help Pakistan in making worth chain for distinctive yields for fare reason. He said that human asset improvement was one of difficulties Pakistan confronted today that was basic for maintainable monetary development.

"We require 10,000 Phds in next ten years to grow advanced education in the nation. Italy can offer Pakistan giving some assistance accessing to Pakistani researchers and understudies to its colleges."

Priest advised the Italian agent on China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which would serve as stage for provincial network of three billion individuals.

He said that Pakistan was an open and liberal market that offered square with circumstances. "We intend to make Pakistan an assembling center point that would at last give livelihood chances to the general population in Pakistan as well as over the district on the loose." The Italian Ambassador educated Ahsan Iqbal that his nation was quick to put resources into Pakistan in different areas particularly collaboration in creating agro-based industr