ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) has launched a campaign to improve liaison with different chambers of commerce and industry. The linkages and inter-group communications need to be improved between FPCCI and different chambers which is prerequisite for unity to get rights, said Amir Atta Bajwa, Vice President of the Chamber, FPCCI here Friday. He was speaking to business community leaders in the first meeting of its type to enhance cooperation among the business chambers. The meeting among others was attended by President Islamabad Chamber Mehfooz Ilahi, Vice President Rawalpindi CCI, Mian Atique, President Jhelum CCI Sheikh Iqbal, President Attock CCI, Arif Rafique, President Poultry Association Asim Raza, Chairman FPCCI Standing Committee on Health Tariq Mehmood, Zahid Bakhtawari and others. Bajwa said that oneness would strengthen business community and ensure its survival on long-term basis. "I will personally visit all chambers, with special focus on the neglected ones to unite business community which will pave way for resolution of issues to the satisfaction of all stakeholders," he resolved. Unveiling details of the plan, he informed that another meeting is scheduled at Lahore where representatives of all the trade associations would assemble to chalk our strategy. Amir Atta Bajwa said enabling environment to conduct businesses with peace of mind was needed, saying that being an umbrella organization FPCCI would do everything to attain the goal. On the occasion, Chairman FPCCI Capital Office, Hameed Akhtar Chadda said that this was a major initiative towards improving linkages with all the chambers of commerce. He said that earlier chambers in Rawalpindi region used to visit Lahore but now their issues would be resolved in Islamabad, adding that help desks would be established in FPCCI's regional offices to provide adequate support to chambers and businesses.