ISLAMABAD: Ten ships of edible oil will arrive in Pakistan in the next two weeks from Indonesia and Malaysia.
After successful negotiations of Pakistani delegation that visited Indonesia, it was agreed between the two countries that Indonesia will provide 2.5 million metric tons of edible oil to Pakistan on urgent basis.
According to a statement released today by Prime Minister’s Office, the delegation visited Indonesia on the directions of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. Earlier, the Prime Minister talked to the Indonesian President Joko Widodo in this regard.
The first ship carrying 30,000 metric tons of edible oil from Indonesia will leave for Pakistan on Tuesday.
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