Pakistan Negotiates Urea Import Deal With Turkmenistan

Pakistan Negotiates Urea Import Deal With Turkmenistan
Turkmenbashi International Seaport, Balkan province, Turkmenistan

Pakistan has initiated negotiations with Turkmenistan to import 200,000 tonnes of urea through a direct intergovernmental agreement, in an effort to meet the growing domestic demand for fertilizer, a senior official confirmed to The News International on Thursday.

This move is part of Pakistan’s broader strategy to secure a stable supply of urea, which is essential for its agriculture sector. The discussions aim to secure a consistent flow of this critical input from Turkmenistan.

The delegation's visit follows a preparatory meeting between Federal Minister for Industries and Production of Pakistan Rana Tanveer Hussain and Turkmenistan’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Atajan Movlamov, where they discussed strategies to enhance economic ties between the two nations.

A high-level delegation led by Rana Tanveer Hussain will visit Turkmenistan from June 24 to 26 to explore new opportunities for bilateral trade and investment.

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