Pakistan’s mineral reserves are valued at around $6.1 trillion, says the Petroleum Minister

Pakistan hosted its inaugural minerals summit in Islamabad, underscoring the significance of foreign investors in unlocking the nation’s estimated $6 trillion natural resource value. General Syed Asim Munir, the Army Chief, emphasized the pivotal role of international investors in harnessing Pakistan’s mineral reserves.

The event was orchestrated by the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC), bolstered by significant army involvement. Foreign investors were assured of a secure investment environment, with a new framework aimed at cultivating favorable conditions.

General Munir spotlighted abundant exploration prospects and pledged collaborative endeavors to tap into Pakistan’s mineral potential. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif endorsed emulating Middle Eastern countries in mineral wealth development.

The summit witnessed robust attendance from foreign investors, diplomats, and global dignitaries, showcasing Pakistan’s dedication to advancing its mining sector.

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