British Airways to help promote tourism in Pakistan: PM
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan is hopeful that the resumption of British Airways flights to Pakistan will help promote tourism in the country.
The prime minister said this while talking to Chief Commercial Officer of British Airways Andrew Brem in Islamabad on Monday.
“The resumption of British Airways flights is a good omen and it will also increase trade and investment activities,” he said. “It will also send positive signal for greater trade and investment.”
PM said that resumption of flights of British Airways to Pakistan will help tourism sector in the countey and will also send positive signal for greater trade and investment.@ImranKhanPTI #BritishAirways https://t.co/WjcePkmGcT
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British High Commissioner Thomas Drew, Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan, and Advisor on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood were also present in the meeting.