On Tuesday afternoon (June 27), Pakistan’s federal cabinet, led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, approved the signing of four protocols with China to regulate exports.
Under this decision, four separate agreements will be established between Pakistan and China. These protocols aim to regulate the export of donkey hides, dry chilies, beef, and dairy products to China.
The meeting also affirmed that health and safety standards, along with quarantine requirements, will be met.
The Ministry of Law and Justice has already approved these protocols, which the Ministry of External Affairs has not objected to.
Back in October, 2022, the Senate Standing Committee on Commerce was informed by the Ministry of Commerce that China had expressed interest in importing donkeys and dogs from Pakistan.