Tunisian Ambassador Adel Elarbi on Monday hoped that Pakistan-Tunisia preferential trade agreement would be signed this year, which would help in enhancing bilateral trade between the two countries.
He identified agriculture, textiles, electronics, tourism and services as other potential areas of cooperation between the two countries.
He said Pakistan could get better access to the world’s largest markets like Europe, North Africa and Middle East by promoting cooperation with Tunisia , while Tunisia could get access to Asia by enhancing cooperation with Pakistan .
He assured that he would try to get some special treatment for Pakistani businessmen in visa cases so that they could easily visit Tunisia to explore business opportunities.
Speaking on the occasion, ICCI President Atif Ikram Sheikh said Pakistan could export rice, pharmaceutical, surgical, leather, sports and many other products to Tunisia .