The Pakistani high commissioner expressed the hope during his visit to BEPZA Complex in Dhaka
High Commissioner of Pakistan to Bangladesh Imran Ahmed Siddiqui yesterday hoped to work jointly with the Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority (BEPZA) to increase more Pakistani investment in the EPZs.
The Pakistani high commissioner expressed the hope during his visit to BEPZA Complex in Dhaka, reads a press release.
The high commissioner wished more success for BEPZA under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
He praised the management of Export Processing Zones and BEPZA’s contribution to the overall development of the country.
Executive Chairman of BEPZA Major General Md Nazrul Islam welcomed the Pakistani envoy at his office and apprised him on the overall activities of EPZs, workers’ rights and benefits, and other operational issues.
BEPZA always provides its best services to the investors to facilitate them to run their business smoothly, he added.
The BEPZA executive chairman informed that the BEPZA Economic Zone currently being developed at Mirsarai of Chittagong is expected to be operational within this year.
He also informed the high commissioner that BEPZA is going to establish three more EPZs at different parts of the country.
He urged Pakistani investors, through the high commissioner, to come forward and explore the investment potentiality of Uttara, Ishwardi, Mongla EPZ and BEPZA Economic Zone as well to invest on diversified products.
Among others, Member (Investment Promotion) of BEPZA Md Mahmudul Hossain Khan, General Manager (Public Relations) Nazma Binte Alamgir, General Manager (Investment Promotion) Md Tanvir Hossain, General Manager (Enterprise Services) Md Khorshid Alam of BEPZA, and Commercial Secretary of Pakistan High Commission in Bangladesh Muhammad Suleman Khan were present during the meeting.