ISLAMABAD - Pakistan might send its high-level delegation, comprising Foreign and Commerce Ministries officials, to Dhaka to appease Bangladeshi government to withdraw its opposition on European Unions trade package for Pakistan at the World Trade Organisation (WTO), it has been learnt. We are expecting that Bangladesh may withdraw its opposition on EU trade package for Pakistan, however if it does not, then a high-level delegation can leave for Dhaka to win their support on the trade package, said a government official wishing not to be named, as he was not authorised to talk to media. He said according to the some media reports Bangladesh was considering withdrawing a complaint about a European move to grant beneficial import conditions to Pakistani textile makers as an aid measure following floods of the last year. Bangladesh had earlier appealed to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) not to grant Generalised System of Preference (GSP) to Pakistan for 75 of its export items, as it would affect its textile export to the European Union and other European countries. Bangladesh expressed a fear that country like Bangladesh would be badly affected if the proposed GSP facility was granted in favour of Pakistan. It might be recalled here that the EU had announced trade package for Pakistan for 75 of its export items after the devastating floods in July-August 2010. India, which earlier voted against the package, has now support the package for Pakistan in response to Pakistans assurance for giving it the status of most favoured nation. The next council meeting of the WTO would take place within third week of November 2011 to take final decision in this effect. The EU last year offered to allow import of 75 Pakistani items on a lower duty to help Pakistan cope with the floods of July-August 2010. The package must get a WTO nod to come into effect.