SAARC business conference in Pakistan postponed
Facebook Twitter google+ RSS Feed

SAARC business conference in Pakistan postponed

Wednesday, 31 December 2008, 03:31 Hrs   |    1 Comments
Printer Print Email Email
Islamabad: A two-day SAARC business leaders conference scheduled to be held here in February has been deferred due to Pakistan-India tensions in the wake of the Mumbai terror attacks, Geo TV reported.

SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) Chamber of Commerce and Industry executive member Zubair Ahmad Malik told the channel that the Feb 21-22 meeting had been put off as the Indian delegation's visit to Pakistan didn't seem possible due to the highly charged sub-continental atmosphere.

According to Malik, the conference would have lost its sheen without India's participation.

Over 200 businessmen and economists were to attend the conference, which Pakistan Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani was to inaugurate.
Source: IANS
Experts on SiliconIndia
Santhosh  K
Sr. Soft. Engg.
Oracle India
Nehal Vyas
Sr. Team Lead
Cyberoam Tech.
Rani Malli
Sr. Director
Philips
Sr. Executive
ISB
Vijay Balkrishna Konduskar
Business Consultant
Imans Web Tech
Dr L P  Sharma
Technical Director
NIC
Reena Khanna
Founder
Solitaireworld
Dellas  Asse
sys-network admin
Computer Station
Write your comment now
Submit Reset
Reader's comments(1)
1: this had to happen...cricket matches cancelled n nw events cncelled....pak needs to do something if they want normalcy back in their country.
Posted by:ramya Iyer - 30 Dec, 2008
SPOTLIGHT