Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday agreed on reviving and making the four-country transit trade pact effective in a bid to strengthen regional economic cooperation. Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani who met his Kyrgyz counterpart Almazbek Atambaev following a round of talks agreed to remove obstacles for smooth and effective functioning of 'Quadrilateral Traffic in Transit Agreement(QTTA) signed between Pakistan, China, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan in 2004. Gilani said Pakistan would also host a meeting of experts from the four member countries. He also discussed with his Kyrgyz counterpart ways to exploit the potential of cooperation in trade, infrastructure and communication.Gilani who arrived in the Kyrgyz capital on a two-day official visit, held formal talks with Prime Minister Atambaev at the Government House, that were followed by delegation-level talks. The two leaders agreed to promote expansion of bilateral relations by further cementing cultural and historical ties and taking them to higher level of cooperation. A Foreign Office official privy to the meeting told a local news agency that Prime Minister Gilani held comprehensive dialogue with his Kyrgyz counterpart, encompassing a wide range of issues and termed his visit as opening of a new chapter in bilateral relations.