Pakistan invites Dutch investment in floriculture

Pakistan invited investments from the Netherlands in floriculture and food processing industries on the heels of Dutch investments in agriculture and livestock sectors in the south Asian country.

Minister for Food Security and Research Fakhar Imam said Pakistan and Netherlands can cooperate in the field of floriculture.

“Both countries can collaborate in fresh cut plants, flowers and bulbs,” Imam said during a meeting with the Ambassador of Netherland Woulter Plomp.

The minister said Pakistan and Netherlands have vast potential for collaboration in the field of research in food security (agriculture and livestock). He invited further investment in dairy farming, agribusiness, food processing.

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