ISLAMABAD (APP) - The European Union (EU) has decided either to reduce or abolish the import duty from some of the products imported from Pakistan to the EU states, in order to help overcome the economic problems being faced by the country. However, the final decision to this effect is expected during the upcoming scheduled visit of Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani to Brussels, scheduled to start from June 4. This was stated by the Ambassador of Spain to Pakistan Gonzalo Maria Quintero Faravia, while talking to APP here Friday. He said that Spain was very active to promote and strengthen the bilateral relations including trade between both the countries. He also stressed the need for overcoming the internal economic challenges including energy problems which was hampering industrial productivity in the country. The Ambassador said that Pakistan should make efforts for making the exports goods more competitive and reach different international markets for boosting them. About the upcoming visit of Prime Minister of Pakistan, the Ambassador of Spain said that it was the first official visit of the Prime Minister which is very important for the promotion of bilateral relations. Expressing his dismay over the low bilateral trade volume which were less than Euro 500 million, he said that Spanish government was striving to bring the trade volume up to the maximum level. He expressed the hope that the trade volume would touch Euro 2 billion during the next two years.