Sixth 'Made in Pakistan Expo' begins in Kathmandu
KATHMANDU: The sixth 'Made in Pakistan Exhibition' has kicked off in Kathmandu from Tuesday.
Inaugurating the exhibition in the United World Trade Centre in Kathmandu today, former Governor Himalaya Shumsher Rana, also Chairman of the Nepal-Pakistan Friendship and Cultural Association, said that he believes that the exhibition of Pakistan-made products in the Nepali market would help strengthen age-old relations of both Nepal and Pakistan further.
He said that Nepali customers prefer Pakistan-made products and stressed the need for additional import of the products. The exhibition is organised by the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Pakistan.
On the occasion, Arshed Saud Khosa, Pakistani Ambassador to Nepal, said that Pakistani products have quality suitable for use in Nepal.
"The expo would help enhance the relations of both Nepal and Pakistan," he said.
Products like utensils made from special stone, clothes, fruits, furniture, cosmetic and leather jackets among others are on display in the expo having a total of 30 stalls.
The expo will be on until next Monday.