KyivPost Pakistan, Ukraine sign agreement on economic cooperation

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July 28, 2012, 6:27 p.m. | Business — by Kyiv Post

High profile business delegations were exchanged between Pakistan and Ukraine (from Pakistan side in December 2011 and from Ukrainian side in May 2012) for the first time since this important East European country became independent in 1991.

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Pakistan and Ukraine signed an Agreement on Establishment of Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation at a ceremony held at the Ukrainian Ministry of Economic Development and Trade in Kyiv, on Thursday, reads report. 

The Agreement was signed by Ambassador Ahmad Nawaz Saleem Mela on behalf of the Government of Pakistan and Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, Volodymyr Bandurov, says a press release received here today from Ukraine.

Signing of the Agreement on Establishment of Joint Pakistani-Ukrainian Commission on Economic Cooperation is an important milestone in the relations between the two countries.

It will promote mutual cooperation in diverse sectors including trade, commerce, investment, science & technology, food & agriculture and livestock etc.

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