Pakistan, Ukraine is a big market of more than US$200 b Tariq Sayeed
 

ISLAMABAD: Tariq Sayeed, founder and former President SAARC CCI and former President of FPCCI welcomed the visit of a large Ukrainian delegation at the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry Head Office, as a follow-up to the FPCCI’s own delegation to Ukraine in December last year on the initiative of our Ambassador to Ukraine, Saleem Mela. T
he delegation was visiting FPCCI to ink a MoU on the establishment of the Pakistan Ukraine Joint Business Council. The delegates were accompanied by Mr. Volodymyr Lakomov, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Pakistan, and Saleem Mela, the Ambassador of Pakistan to Ukraine.
While speaking on the occasion, Tariq Sayeed said that both Ukraine and Pakistan form a trade market of over US$200 billion. The volume of trade, however, was unfortunately between US$125 millionUS$175 million, which is below 0.25% of the total trade of both countries with the rest of the world.
He mentioned the following reasons for the low level of trade a limited range of items, language barrier, no banking facility, and inadequate follow-up of government decisions. To remove these bottlenecks, he proposed the following measures an exchange of fact finding missions, establishment of commercial sections in the diplomatic missions of both countries, reciprocal establishment of the representative offices of both national chambers, elimination of NTBs and progress towards greater trade liberalization through signing a PTA.
He praised both the Ambassadors for their very active role in making this visit possible. He also lauded the appointment of former Vice President FPCCI, Engineer M.A. Jabbar, as the Honorary Consul General of Ukraine in Karachi: saying that this was very appropriate decision. He said that Engr. Jabbar will contribute more towards furthering Pak-Ukraine trade.
The leader of the delegation, Mr. Alexander Ivanchuk, who is President of the Ukraine Pakistan Business Council and Counsellor of Ukraine Chambers of Commerce & Industry, said that a trading House is desired to be setup by a consortium of Ukrainian companies preferably in the Export Processing Zone. This will serve not only as the representative office of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industries UCCI but will also connect businessmen of both the countries to promote the export interests of each other.
Earlier, while welcoming the Ukrainian delegation, Sheikh Shakil Ahmed Dhingra, the Acting President of FPCCI expressed his pleasure at the inauguration of the Joint Business Council as a forum that would allow both countries to achieve greater ease in conducting trade.
Engr. M.A. Jabbar said that we are witnessing history in the making because this was the first delegation from Ukraine, which was visiting Pakistan after independence of Ukraine in 1991. We have witnessed the strong desire of both sides to do business as an outcome of the visit. This stand alone would suffice to say that a way forward assuring better prospects for both side businessmen exist to enter into trade regime of 250 billion US dollars available in both countries

Formation of Pak, Ukraine Economic Body Hailed

KARACHI: Honorary Consul of Ukraine, Engr M A Jabbar has hailed agreement on establishment of Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation between Ukraine and Pakistan in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, and urged public sector to fully facilitate the bilateral trade and investment.
The agreement was signed at Ukrainian Ministry of Economic Development and Trade on Monday. Pakistan Ambassador in Ukraine Ahmad Nawaz Saleem Mela, who represented Government of Pakistan and Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Volodymyr Bandurov on behalf of the Government of Ukraine, signed it.
Talking to APP here, Engr MA Jabbar, who is also Chairman Pak-Ukraine Business Council at Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) said that this commission will enhance the bilateral economic relations with friendly country Ukraine.
This bilateral partnership will be chaired and headed by the public sector facilitating a way forward for decision making to help in cross border trade flow between Pakistan and Ukraine by reducing the impeding blocks normally the reduction of tariffs between countries, harmonization of standards, recognizing each other certifications on Sanitary and Phytosanitary ( SPS measures).
Appreciating the in-time decision by the policy and decision makers for promoting the economic interest of the country, Engr M A Jabbar said that in recent years we have witnessed encouraging developments contributing to enhanced Pak-Ukraine collaboration particularly on the economic side.
These developments include finalization and entry into force of Agreement on Avoidance of Double Taxation (June 2011) and Trade and Economic Cooperation Agreement (April 2012).
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.
Moreover, Pakistan Ukraine Business Councils were established in the chambers of commerce and industry of both countries.
With the establishment of Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation between two countries, the access and obligations for strengthening the bilateral economic relation with Ukraine is available within the agreement itself.
Engr M A Jabbar said that with reduced impediments and increased consultations Pakistan can have fair market from which we can import technology and make the transfer of the technology possible for developing home-based low priced production economy.
We can identify and pursue specific sectors, in which we need support to sustain our economic growth. The ongoing efforts on producing Thar based coal energy itself can be an agenda item for discussion between both governments as Ukraine is out class in mining and energy producing.
The strategic areas like heavy duty manufacturing support for downstream and medium tech manufacturing can also be made possible through continued process of consultation.
On the high yield and bigger total productivity factor, Ukraine also excels in grain production. Pakistan with its agriculture interest and national food security needs can seek the cooperation of the government of Ukraine.-APP

19.06.2013

Pakistan, Ukraine need to share experience in agriculture
Pakistan could make tremendous progress in agriculture by sharing and engaging in public-private sector dialogue on the subject with Ukraine. This was stated by Engr M A Jabbar, Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Karachi on his return on Monday night after participating in the annual business conference held in Kyiv, Ukranie from June 13-15.

The official businessmen delegation led by Jabbar returned after enriching with the knowledge pertaining to the consideration of economic developments and allied features thereof in developing different segments of the economy in their own specific needs for affecting the overall growth and development supported by infrastructure and targeted subsidised measures.

Talking to Business Recorder, he said that the model could always provide inputs for considering structuring of developments of economic management in Pakistan. This benefit will help the delegates to prepare and fine tune their working as recommendations for the Ministry of Commerce and other ministries in considering the local trajectory of development which may be similar in most of the cases and may be amended for adoption due to increased sense and obligations of conducting the trade in the international trading rule on similar grounds providing very few exceptions including for Pakistan.

Ukraine, he said was preparing for free trade, customs union agreements which experiences together gave in sight of dismantling of barriers in the way of trade, harmonise the legislative work and adopt the legal courses of others so that the cohesion became the basis of generating level playing field for conducting trade and business in just & fair way to benefit bilateral, plulateral and multilateral trading amongst the signatory partners. Pakistan has similar situation to conduct the research on experiences of others for possible gainful adoptions in the interest of required economic developments.

Delegates of Pakistan, he said had the pleasure of the meeting the Prime Minister of Ukraine on the reception day and his imparting knowledge also provided a basis of better understanding of the Ukrainian approach for considering modifications in our own structural approaches for denting the flexibility to seek better way of considering recommendation of economic management required by the public sector of Pakistan.

Engr Jabbar said the conference was attended by the President of chambers of different countries as well as by Ukraine Chambers of Commerce and Industry. The presence of American Business Chamber of Commerce and Industry, former President of European Parliament, Prime Ministers of Montenegro, Lithuania and many other high profile positioned persons from abroad and from within graced the occasion as interventionists, discussants, panellist which together provided a knowledge to the delegates from Pakistan sufficient enough to consider the appropriate recommendations and move forward in preparing suggestions of political economy specific to Pakistan by just reformation of the domestic input requirements of total frame work consideration by such high profile business minds sharing their views in the annual conference.

He said that on the development needs of Ukraine for agriculture, the same could act as an advisory compulsion to engage public and private sector dialogues between both countries to improve our agriculture. Pakistan is agri economy, which generates the agri value added textile and needs to increase it's per acre yield as well as needs to improve quality of agri produce to comply the importing requirements of the country on sanitary and phytosanitary barriers. Ukraine is doing so and we can share the same with the Ukrainian experiences as how they are making settlements of sanitary and phytosanitary barriers.

He said every 11th ton of grain in the world market came from Ukraine with the population of 45 million people. The Prime Minister made a statement that the government will support almost all branches of agriculture as a part of national economic development intensification programme for 2013-14. The exports of Ukraine in 2012 climbed by 40 percent with share of agriculture in GDP registering 11 percent.

Pakistan with the agriculture share of 23 percent of the GDP struggles for food security and yet to access to meet requirements of improvements in exports and value add the agri produce through allied industries which again remains to be achieved and strategize as a policy paradigm. The Ukraine trade in grain is 9.2 percent of the world grain trade. With agriculture exports reaching 22 billion US dollar a year affecting the increase in the budget revenues.

The most interesting panel discussion revolved around "Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Zone between Ukraine and the EU: Prospects for business and investments" and "Development of the Customs Union and economic integration of CIS countries: Prospects for the Ukrainian business".

Both these discussion had a diversified approaches which would give an advantage to understand the over and under advantages of conducting free trade with either of the block or concluding to prefer the one block over another block. Engr Jabbar said the state programme of Ukraine was to include taking measures to balance state finances with real capacity of the economy and to prevent economically unreasonable tax deductions. Pakistan may consider following this base line. It also includes introduction of mechanisms for remote liaison between taxpayer and competent authorities, which Pakistan as a policy has been making advocacy for real implementation.

It also includes approval of law under which business operations that fall under minor or average risk level may terminate under a relevant court decision only, which we also in Pakistan need to improve the business management and governance by protecting the apprehended risks. The Prime Minister of Ukraine has offered to businessmen that government is open for ongoing dialogue with business to commonly find additional measures required to improve business conditions. "We in Pakistan should also develop our integration with high offices of public sector so that continuation of dialogue as per changing environment becomes result oriented to positively affect trade and business in Pakistan.

We have learnt a lot out of panel discussions on "Presentation and discussion on the participation of business and investors in the implementation of the State activation program of the economic development of Ukraine for 2013-14." He said that 73 measures with specific directions as smoothening and catalysts to increase the trade and business were worth considering for customised needs of Pakistan, he said

PAKISTAN-UKRAINE BUSINESS COUNCIL FORMED

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Karachi—Pakistan-Ukraine Business Council (PUBC) has been formed with the election of nine directors at the annual elections held at the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) here last week. 

Those elected include, Nadeem Khaild, Shahid Jaffery, Muhamma FarooqAfzal,Shamim Firpo,
Ahsan ul Haq Siddiqui, Chaudhry Muhammad Asghar, Rasheed Abro, Waheed Ahmed and Abdul Rauf Tabani.

The business council had sent a delegation in December 2011 to Ukraine where the delegates met officials and businessmen in the Ukraine Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Kiev. Meetings with officials of economic and foreign ministries were also held. PUBC delegates also called on the deputy prime minister of Ukraine. 

After the visit of the business council’s delegation, had responded by forming a counterpart Ukraine Pakistan Business Council under the umbrella of the Ukraine Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 

The Ukraine CCI has intimated FPCCI for bringing a trade delegation during the third week of May 2012 under the leadership of Oleksander Ivanchuk, the president of the Ukraine Pakistan Business Council, to explore further enhancement of business relations between the two countries. During his visit to FPCCI, Oleksander Ivanchuk will also discuss to establish a Joint Business Council with FPCCI. 

Engr M A Jabbar, the Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Karachi, highlighted the trade history between the two countries and said that Ukraine’s participation of services existed since the installation and coming into operation of metallurgical plant in Pakistan Steel Mills in Karachi. Ukraine, he said, had been Pakistan’s strategic partner in supply of armaments, adding that Kiev had transferred technology for the indigenous development of tanks for defense uses. 

Ukraine, with its mining expertise, power generation, avionics and aerodynamics, could be a negotiating hub for transfer of technology to Pakistan. 

One of the biggest grain producers, Ukraine could also transfer its agro-science knowledge for increasing crop yields, besides participating in Public-Private Partnership projects in Sindh and in other provinces for construction of grain silos. 

Ukraine, he said, could also comfortably rehabilitate old power stations helping Pakistan overcome the current power crisis.

The 40-million-ton steel economy with mining expertise could help in the development of iron ore mines in Balochistan, including providing de-sulphurisation plants to improve iron ore grade for producing steel in Pakistan. Besides, he said, the country could also help develop coal-based power generation.

Jabbar said that he was keeping close liaison with the Pak-Ukraine Business Council of FPCCI and Pak-Ukraine Trade Center in Karachi to help in exchanges of trade information provided by Ukraine’s embassy in Islamabad and from various sources in Ukraine. The research carried out by the council and the trade centre could suggest ways and means for both countries to identify impediments, removal of which will help in increasing business volumes. 

He said that the new Ambassador Volodymyr Lakomov had indicated the possibility of joining the visiting members of the Ukraine Pakistan Business Council during May this year in Pakistan. He also intends to call on the chief minister, governor and Speaker of the Sindh Assembly during the visit, besides visiting industrial establishments and trading houses.This element represents the description field. You can edit text on your website by double clicking on a text box on your website. Alternatively, when you select a text box a settings menu will appear. Selecting ‘Edit Text’ from this menu will also allow you to edit the text within this text box.

Nation: Ukraine to provide tech help for Steel Mills

KARACHI - Ukraine-Pakistan Business Council President Alexander Ivanchuk has said that Ukraine will extend its help for education and training of PSM employees for appraisal of their skills and capabilities.

A nine-member trade delegation led by Volodymyr Lakomov Ambassador of Ukraine under the leadership of Alexander Ivanchuk, President of the Ukraine Pakistan Business Council & Counsellor of Ukranian Chamber of Commerce and Industries along with Engr M A Jabbar, the Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Karachi and member Pakistan Steel Board of Directors visit Pakistan Steel Mills.

Ukraine to open trading house in Pakistan

KARACHI: Pakistan and Ukraine is a big market of more than dollars 200 billion, which should be dually exploited for the benefit of both the nations.
The volume of trade, however, was unfortunately between $ 125 million to $ 175 million. It is below 0.25% of the total trade of both countries with the rest of the world, said Vice Chairman of Confederation of South Asia Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CSACCI) and former president FPCCI Tariq Sayeed here.
He was speaking in a meeting with a large Ukrainian delegation at the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry here , said (FPCCI) release on Thursday.
The delegation was visiting FPCCI to ink a memorandum of understanding (MoU) regarding establishment of Pakistan Ukraine Joint Business Council.
Ambassador of Ukraine to Pakistan , Volodymyr Lakomov and Ambassador of Pakistan to Ukraine, Saleem Mela accompanied the delegation.
Tariq Sayeed, who is former President SAARC CCI expressed his concern on non-utilization of actual potential of both Ukraine and Pakistan trade market of over 200 billion dollars.
He mentioned the following reasons for the low level of trade: a limited range of items, language barrier, no banking facility, and inadequate follow-up of government decisions.
For removal of these bottlenecks, he proposed the following measures: an exchange of fact finding missions-- establishment of commercial sections in the diplomatic missions of both countries-- reciprocal establishment of the representative offices of both national chambers-- elimination of NTBs and progress towards greater trade liberalization through signing a PTA.  He praised both the Ambassadors for their very active role in making this visit possible.
Tariq Sayeed also lauded the appointment of former vice president FPCCI, Engineer M.A. Jabbar as the Honorary Consul General of Ukraine in Karachi.
He said that Engr. Jabbar will contribute more towards furthering Pak-Ukraine trade. The delegation was led by Alexander Ivanchuk, who is President of the Ukraine Pakistan Business Council and Counselor of Ukraine Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
Alexander Ivanchuk said that a trading house is desired to be set up by a consortium of Ukrainian companies preferably in Export Processing Zone here. This will serve not only as the representative office of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industries (UCCI) but will also connect businessmen of both the countries to promote the export interests of each other.
Acting President FPCCI Sheikh Shakil Ahmed Dhingra , in his welcome address , expressed his pleasure at the inauguration of the Joint Business Council as a forum that would allow both countries to achieve greater ease in conducting trade.  Engr. M.A. Jabbar said that we are witnessing history.
This was the first delegation from Ukraine, after independence of Ukraine in 1991, who is visiting Pakistan.  We have witnessed the strong desire of both sides to do business as an outcome of the visit.

Call to take benefit from Ukraine’s energy expertise

KARACHI: Karachi Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s KCCI President Muhammad Haroon Agar has stated that Pakistan could benefit from Ukraine’s expertise in iron, steel, energy and heavy technical manufacturing industries as the it is one of the most technically developed country of Europe having advanced technology.
He said that Ukraine can help Pakistan in education, exploration of natural resources and providing technical assistance. It is interesting to note that when Ukraine was part of Russia it helped Pakistan to develop many industries and projects like Pakistan Steel Mills, Hydro Station in Tarbela etc.
Haroon Agar during visit of Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Karachi Engr MA Jabbar to KCCI said stated that opportunities exist between both countries and to further develop, strengthen bilateral relations especially in trade and commerce. It is high time to take serious measures and steps to enhance bilateral trade, exchange of business delegations, and participation in exhibitions.
He stated that KCCI has invited the business delegation from Ukraine’s Lugansk Regional Chamber of Commerce & Industry on the occasion of KCCI’s 10th International My Karachi, Oasis of Harmony Exhibition. At this juncture both Chambers have also agreed to sign MoU for mutual cooperation and strengthen B2B relationship between members to boost bilateral trade ties.
Speaking on this occasion, Senior Vice President KCCI and President, Pakistan-Ukraine Trade and Culture Information Centre Shamim A Firpo stated that in order to promote contacts between entrepreneurs of both countries, Pakistan-Ukraine Trade & Information Centre was created in Karachi. He added that KCCI had also proposed to organize Ukraine Pavilion in the International Hall of MyKarachi Exhibition during proposed visit of delegation from Lugansk Regional Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Ukraine.
Jabbar appreciated Chamber’s role in promotion of bilateral trade with friendly countries. He stated that Pakistan and Ukraine attach importance to bilateral economic and commercial cooperation. The friendly relationship between two countries are fortifying with the passage of time. He said that Ukraine holds expertise in steel, iron, metallurgy, transportation and energy; therefore, opportunities do exist between two countries for mutual cooperation.
He said that Pakistani businesspersons have name and fame in the Ukrainian business circles. Pak-Ukraine Business Council is formed to create strong linkage between thebusiness communities of two countries. He also sought cooperation for effective liaison between KCCI and Pak-Ukraine Business Council.

19.06.2013

Ukraine and Pakistan enjoy cordial relations

KARACHI: Senior Education and Literacy Minister Pir Mazharul Haq has felicitated the Ukrainian government and people on their 21st Independence Day ceremony here at a local hotel. Ukraine Ambassador to Pakistan Volodymyr Lakomov, Honorary Consul and Chief Patron Pak-Ukraine Business Council Engr MA Jabbar, Speaker Sindh Assembly Nisar Ahmed Khuhro and other notables were also present on the occasion. Speaking as the chief guest Haq said that the friendship of Pakistan and Ukraine was strengthening day by day. This friendship would pave the way for a better understanding between both and countries and their people. He said that both the countries had understanding of each other's geography, economy and politics. Both countries can be very good trade partners, he stated. Senior minister hoped that Ukraine would progress and play its role for the benefit of people at large. staff report

Pakistan businessmen to attend international business moot in Ukraine

KARACHI -- A delegation of businessmen from Pakistan, led by Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Karachi Engr. M.A. Jabbar, will be participating in the first international annual business conference in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine from June 13 to 14. 

Pakistan delegation will comprises directors of Pak-Ukraine Business Council of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI), according to a statement of FPCCI. 

The Ukraine government has invited Pakistan businessmen to participate in this international business moot. 

Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykol Azarov will also be participating in the conference which indicates the significance of this business gathering. 

The other participants will be Deputy Prime Ministers, Ministers from Ukraine's partner states, top managers of the leading investment, financial, banking and business structures, heads of chambers and trade associations. 

During their stay in Ukraine, Pakistani businessmen will also visit the national chamber of Ukraine namely Ukraine Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 

The official delegate businessmen from Pakistan will also have trade talks with Ukraine- Pakistan Business Council's counterpart in that country. 

The businessmen delegates from Pakistan will have opportunities to meet the officials of economic ministry of Ukraine and participate in a number of panel discussions, presentations, roundtables, plenary sessions, culture and art programmes. 

They will have interactions and understanding of the objectives of the conference focusing on introducing the Ukraine markets and available business opportunities in Ukraine. 

Honorary Consul of Ukraine, Engr. M.A. Jabbar, said that the visit of Pakistani businessmen in the high profile conference has been made possible by the personal efforts and motivations of Ambassador of Ukraine in Pakistan Volodymyr Lakomo

He said that the conference will provide information to Pakistani delegates regarding Ukraine's economy, doing business in Ukraine, how to improve business between Pakistan and Ukraine, understand the economic governance integrating the government and the business community. 

Engr. Jabbar said Ukraine is a technology- based service economy which can meet the requirements of servicing the present needs of Pakistan in coal mine, power generation, modernisation of railways systems, providing goods and services for environment-friendly energy production in Pakistan. 

He said that Ukraine is very strong in agriculture sector and Pakistan can gather an understanding of strategic direction of agriculture economy development for making appropriate recommendations from public sector to consider cooperation between the two countries.

Natalia Galdieieva calls on President Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry

19.06.2013

Islamabad, June 18, 2014 (PPI-OT): Ms. Natalia Galdieieva, Chairman of Ukraine Chapter of the Ukrainian – Pakistan Business Council of Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and industry called on President FPCCI during her visit for participating in Joint Business Council Meeting of Pakistan and Ukraine Chapters of Business Councils.
She accompanied delegates from Ukraine including Mr. Ildar Hibadullin, General Director, M/s Yuzhmormontazh PJSC representing various companies and the company which has registered deep interest in servicing ship repairs, mining equipments and handling equipments for various service and industrial needs of Pakistan. Ms. Natalia Galdieieva also offered Pakistani Businessmen to participate on mutual interest sharing basis with Ukrainian companies servicingAfrican markets in specific Angola.
Zakaria Usman, President FPCCI welcomed the delegates and shared his views on the approaches on as how to promote the bilateral trade. He told UCCI that he intends to lead the delegation from Pakistan to Ukraine upon identification of the sectors of the trade by UCCI so that targeted delegation becomes the initiator for prudent and productive start in respect of know each other and understand each other’s business needs, the prerequisite of conducting the trade to grow with the passage of time.
He appreciated the Government of Ukaraine in appointment of former Vice President of FPCCI Engr. M. A, Jabbar, as Honorary Consul General of Ukaraine in Pakistan with rich experience to advice and guide the directions to bring forth the required objectives of improving the business relationships of both the countries.
Engr. M. A. Jabbar, speaking on the occasion informed that the Honorary Consulate with the strength of Pak-Ukraine Business Council of FPCCI has been recommending to the Embassy of Ukraine at Islamabad towards the need of Visa liberalization regime to initiate with grant of visas to bonafide businessmen.
He requested Ms. Natalia representing UCCI to engage in advocacy with the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Ukraine for reasonable relaxations in the present visa regime offered by Ukraine to Pakistani Nationals. He also suggested holding single country exhibition in Ukraine with the cooperation of UCCI and its Business Council on Pakistan Chapter.
On the occasion present were Mr. Shaukat Ahmed, Sr. Vice President FPCCI, Mr. Khurram Sayeed, Mr. Ismail Suttar, Vice Presidents FPCCI, Mr. Nadeem Khalid, Chairman Pak-Ukraine Business Council, Mr. Farooq Afzal, Chairman Pak-Russia Business Council and other Directors and Members of PUBC and Businessmen of High Profile, who all engaged themselves in deliberations with Ms. Natalia Galdieieva.

Karachi Sindh based Hon. Consuls / Consuls General & Members Cosular Corps Sindh Pakistan

Thursday, April 26, 2012

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Hon. Dr. Mirza Ikhtiar Baig
Hon. Consul General of Republic of Yemen
23/1, 9th Street, Khayaban-e-Shamsheer Phase V, DHA, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Tarek Moinuddin Khan
Honorary Consulate General of The Royal Netherlands
91, Main Shahrah-e-Iran, Block-5, Clifton. Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Ishtiaq Baig
Hon. Consul General of Kingdom of Morocco
23/II, 9th Street, Khayaban-e-Shamsheer, Phase V, DHA, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Majid Sultan Khawaja
Honorary Consul of Republic of Latvia
6-B, Block 6, PECHS Shahrah-e-Faisal Karachi.
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Hon. Mirza Omair Baig
Hon. Consul of Republic of Poland
F-225, Street No. 5, Textile Avenue, S.I.T.E. Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Humayun S Mufti
Honorary Consul of Slovenia
D-90, Block 2, Scheme 5, Clifton, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Mian Absar Akhtar Pagganwala
Hon Consul General of Republic of Zambia
Pagganwala Lodge 238 Staff Lines, Fatima Jinnah Road Karachi.
 
Hon. Mr. Tariq Rafi
Hon Consul of the Serbia & Montenegro
Siddiqsons Tower, 7th Floor, 3 JCHS, Main Shahrah-e-Faisal Karachi.
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Hon. Dr. Mohammad Haroon Siddiqi
Honorary Consul of Republic of Uganda
Honorary Consulate of Republic of Uganda D-12, Estate Avenue, SITE Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Khalil Ahmed Nanitalwala
Honorary Consul General of Republic of Djibouti
Touch Me House, 43/1/H, Block 6 Razi Road, PECHS Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Kamal Chinoy
Hon. Consul General of the Republic of Cyprus
Arif Habib Centre, 23 M.T. Khan Rd, Karachi-74000
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Mr Hon. Muhammad Yaqoob Tabani
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Turkmenistan
43-J, Block-6, P.E.C.H.S. Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Nasir Schon
Honorary Consul General of the Republic of Sierra Leone
Schon Centre, I I Chundrigar Road, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Syed Tahir Husain
Honorary Consul General of Republic of Gambia
Republic of Gambia Schon Centre, I I Chundrigar Road, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Mohammad Hanif Janoo
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Kenya
Plot No. F/61-F, (Near Philips Electric Co.) S.I.T.E., Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Najeeb Enver Baig
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Lebanon
Suite 301, 3rd Floor, Speedy Tower, Plot 131, National Highway, Phase I, DHA Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Fazal Karim Dadabhoy
Honorary Consul of Ivory Coast
40, Khayaban-e-Shamsheer Phase V, DHA, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Syed Abdul Bari Jelani
Honorary Consul of Cameroon
Jelani House, B-182, Khudadad Colony, Karachi.
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Hon. Dr. Shahzad Arshad
Honorary Consul of the Kingdom of Lesotho
D-99, KDA Scheme No. 1, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Irshad Ali Kassim
Hon. Consul of Republic of Tajikistan
B-C-6, Block-5, Scheme 5, Kehkashan, Clifton, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Muhammad Faruq Ghani
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Botswana
Suite # 31, 3rd Floor, Farid Chambers, Abdullah Haroon Road, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Abdul Aziz Memon
Honorary Consul General of Republic of Suriname
91, Shahrah-e-Iran, Clifton, Karachi.
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Hon. Khizer Schon
Hon. Consul of Kyrgyzstan
Schon Centre, I.I. Chundrigar Road, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Abdul Rauf Tabani
Hon. Consul of the Republic of Belarus
House No. 308, Bahadurabad Road No. 16 Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Bakhtiar Khan
Hon. Consul General of Iceland
Seedat Chambers, Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed Road, Karachi.
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Hon. Engr. M.A. Jabbar
Hon. Consul of Ukraine
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Hon. Mr. Tariq Saud
Hon. Consul of Romania
8th Floor, Sheikh Sultan Trust Building, Beaumont Road Civil Lines, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Sohail Yasin Suleman
Hon. Consul of Mauritius
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Hon. Mr. Vaqar Ahson
Hon. Consul of the Philippines
F-1/8, Bath Island Road, Clifton, Block-7, Karachi.
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Hon. Mr. Osman Asghar Khan
Hon. Consulate of Ireland
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Hon. Mr. Aleem Adil Sheikh
Hon. Consul of Sudan
52A/1, Sunset Street 4, D.H.A. Phase 2 Ext. Karachi.
 
Hon. Ms. Sadia Khan
Hon. Consul General of Finland
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Hon. Mrs. Noreen Baig
Hon. Consul of Jamaica
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Hon. Mr. Danial Syed Husain
Hon. Consul of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau
Schon Centre, I. I. Chundrigar Road, Karachi.
 
Hon. Mr. Ghulam Muhammad
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38-C-1, Block 6, PECHS, Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi.
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Hon. Ms. Charmaine Hidayatullah
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Hon. Mr. Khawaja Anver Majid
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Hon. Mr. Byram D. Avari
Honorary Consul of Canada
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Hon. Mr. Abdullah Dewan
Hon. Consul General of Syrian Arab Republic
116, Street-15, Khayaban-e-Muhafiz, Phase-6, D.H.A. Karachi.
 
Hon. MR. ARSHAD ABRAR KHAN
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF REPUBLIC OF NIGER
CHEZ AMNA, 57/II, KHAYABAN-E-RAHAT, PHASE-VI, DHA, KARACHI.
[email protected]
 
Hon. MR. ASLAM KHALIQ
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA SINDH & BALOCHISTAN
HOUSE # 1, STREET-9, FALCON COMPLEX FAISAL, SHAHEED-E-MILLAT ROAD, OPP. BALOCH COLONY, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. MOIN M. FUDDA
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF NEW ZEALAND
10-B/11, 4TH ZAMZAMA STREET, D.H.A., PHASE-V, KARACHI-75500
 
Hon. MR. ZAFAR ANSAR
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA
16-B, SOUTH CIRCULAR AVENUE, DHA, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. SADRUDDIN HASHWANI
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF BELGIUM
A-9, MOHAMMAD ALI BOGRA ROAD, BATH ISLAND, KARACHI.
[email protected]roup.ae
 
Hon. MR. ANWAR SALEH MOHAMMED
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF REPUBLIC OF CHILE
2/24, AL-YOUSUF CHAMBERS, SHAHRAH-E-LIAQUAT, KARACHI-74200
 
Hon. MR. NAHEED IRSHADUDDIN
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF DENMARK
14, CLIFTON, STREET NO. 12-A, OFF. SHAHRAH-E-IRAN, CLIFTON, KARACHI.
[email protected]
 
Hon. MR. SHAKIL A.KASHMIRWALA
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF THE STATE OF ERITREA
4TH FLOOR, NACON HOUSE, M.D.M. WAFAI ROAD, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. MUSTAPHA CHINOY
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF GREECE
101, BEAMOUNT PLAZA, 10TH BEAUMOUNT ROAD, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. RASHEED Y. CHINOY
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA
2ND FLOOR, UZMA ARCADE, MAIN CLIFTON ROAD, BLOCK-8, CLIFTON, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. G. R. ARSHAD
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF SOMALI
D-81, K.D.A. SCHEME 1, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. M. I. AKBAR
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF KINGDOM OF SPAIN
1ST FLOOR, SERVICES CLUB, EXTENSION BUILDING, MEREWEATHER ROAD, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. MOHAMMAD MOONIS
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF SWEDEN
5 & 6, STANDARD CHARTERED BANK CHAMBERS, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. AFTAB AHMED KASHMIRWALA
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF THE ROYAL KINGDOM OF SWAZILAND
NACON HOUSE, STRACHEN ROAD, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. GHULAM FARID DOSSUL
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF TANZANIA
SUITE 605, HOTEL SARAH BUILDING, PARR STREET, SADDAR, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. IFTIKHAR SOOMRO
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF TUNISIA
SINDH FINE TEXTILE MILLS LTD. 3RD FLOOR, STANDARD INSURANCE HOUSE, I. I. CHUNDRIGAR ROAD, KARACHI.
 
Hon. MR. MOHAMMAD AHMAD ANSARI
HON. CONSUL GENERAL OF CZECH REPUBLIC
6-B, 15TH SOUTH STREET DHA, PHASE II KARACHI
 
Hon. MR. AMIN MOHAMMED LAKHANI
HONORARY CONSUL GENERAL OF SINGAPORE
LAKSON SQUARE, BUILDING NO.2, SARWAR SHAHEED ROAD, KARACHI-74200
 
Hon. FARRUKH IKRAM
Hon. Consul of Australia
309-310, 3rd Floor, Beaumount Plaza, Beaumount Road, Civil Lines Quarters, Karachi-75530, Pakistan.
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Hon. ADIL KADIR JAFIR
Hon. Consul of Brazil
 
Hon. Dr. Mohammad Ali Shamim
Hon. Consul of Comoros
 
Hon. Mr. Zahid Meker
Hon. Consul of Congo
 
Hon. Capt. Waris-un-Nabi
Hon. Consul of East Timor
 
Hon. S. Afzal Agha
Hon. Consul of Ecuador
 
Hon. M. Amin Bandukda
Hon. Consul of El Salvador
 
Hon. Mr. Ghulam Abbas Hirani
Hon. Consul of Ethiopia
 
Hon. Mr. Zia Zakaria
Hon. Consul of Hungary
 
Hon. Mr. Yusuf Farrukh
Hon. Consul of Jordan
 
Hon. Mr. Khalid Hussain
Hon. Consul of Kosovo
 
Hon. Mr. Malik Muhammad Jahangir
Hon. Consul of Myanmar
 
Hon. Mr. Fakir S. Ayazuddin
Hon. Consul of Portugal
 
Hon. Mr. Farooque Azam Khawajah
Hon. Consul of Rwanda
 
Hon. Mr. Muhammad Muzaffar
Hon. Consul of Senegal
 
Hon. Mr. Shahid Ahmad
Hon. Consul of Seychelles
 
Hon. Mr. Sikander A. Ghulamali
Hon. Consul of Slovak Republic
 
Hon. Mr. Ather Iqbal
Hon. Consul of Trinidad & Tobago
 
Hon. Mr. Ahmed Jamil Ansari
Honorary Consul Bosnia
 
Hon. Mr. Zia Ahmed Kahn
Honorary Consul Equatorial Guinea
 
Hon. Ayaz Lakhani
Honorary Consul Greece
 
Mr. Raja Kamran Babar Tajammul
Hon. Consul of Austria
1-B, Khayaban-e-Bahria Phase-V, DHA Karachi-75500
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SHAIKH NAEEM AHMAD
Hon. Consul of Ethiopia
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