Over the past years, both sides Pakistan and Azerbaijan agreed to improve the economic ties to the next level of the current trade volume. So Azerbaijan has massive potential and will to introduce non-alcoholic drinks to Pakistan, said the envoy. Azerbaijan is keen to exports of new non-alcoholic products to Pakistan. At present, Azerbaijan export beverages to 27 countries and 18 types of alcoholic beverages and various juices to Russia and Ukraine.
Speaking at an informal meeting with American-Pakistan businessman Mr. Momin Khan Durrani, the ambassador Alizada said that Azeri producers are keen on introducing new drinks to Pakistan as well as expanding the export of current products to foreign markets. He observed that non-alcoholic wine reduces the risk of cancer and burns extra calories.
The ambassador said that though Azerbaijan is one of the largest producers of oil, gas resources and energy related products but there has been huge potential for Pakistani businessmen of joint ventures in various sectors including sports, agriculture, leather, pharmaceutical, energy and technology etc. He said that electronic products quality is high, so that can compete with Chinese one.
Azerbaijan has been producing quality electronic products and will compete with China very soon. Both sides can potentially increase the volume of bilateral trade by sharing business expertise and connecting markets, he added.
This indicates the quality of our products and their high standards. Azerbaijan has rich winemaking traditions. Over the last years, this area has been under great care of the state. Our export potential is currently expanding, the ambassador explained. It is made as a result of the use of alcohol in the vacuum apparatus, he added