ISLAMABAD (APP) - Pakistan is seeking preferential market access to European (EU) and a political will can help Pakistan a long way in achieving this goal, said Federal Minister for Commerce, Makhdoom Amin Fahim. The Ambassadors of France, Daniel Jouanneau, High Commissioner of Bangladesh and Ambassador of Turkmenistan, sapar Berdiniyazo Separately called on the federal minister here Thursday. Secretary Commerce Salman Ghani and other officers of the Ministry were also present in these meetings. Pakistan is facing law and order problem and we have spent US$ 35 billion on this subject and to revive our economy, we want trade and business access to advanced markets, he added. Amin Fahim said that our priorities are maximum export and access to the EU market, which is one of our largest trading partner. The Ambassador of France said that they encourage French companies to take Pakistan positive which has tremendous economic potentials in different sectors. The economic sectors like power and energy need help in Pakistan, the Ambassador added. The High Commissioner of Bangladesh also called on the Federal Minister for Commerce. The minister expressed that both countries were enjoying excellent and cordial trade relations. Makhdoom Amin Fahim also expressed his deep love and warm feelings for the people of Bangladesh and showed interest in exchange of trade delegations between the two countries. The Minister asked that work on the Early Harvest Program may be accelerated. The minister, while talking to the Ambassador of Turkmenistan suggested that they should come up with some proposals as how to increase the bilateral trade. Trade between the two countries is restricted to a few items like textile, surgical instruments and rice, which need some diversification, the Ambassador pointed out.