ISLAMABAD (APP) - Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) said on Wednesday that terrorism has affected the economies of Pakistan and Afghanistan. "Pakistan wants peace and promote trade relations for the benefit of people of the two countries," said FPCCI President Senator Haji Ghulam Ali while addressing the two-day Pak-Afghanistan conference held in Dubai Wednesday. Vice President of FPCCI Muhammad Usman Sheikh, General Secretary Syed Masood Alam Rizvi and Vice President of Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Khan Jan Alkozai and businessmen of the two countries also attended the conference. According to a statement of the FPCCI issued here, the conference was jointly organized by Pakistan-Afghanistan joint chambers and Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry aiming at further promoting bilateral trade and investment relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Senator Haji Ghulam Ali said that Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Pak-Afghan joint chambers can play their vital role for further promotion of trade relations for the prosperity of both the countries. He urged the investors and business community of the two countries to take benefit of the investment opportunities being offered by both the countries. Haji Ghulam Ali said that both Pakistan and Afghanistan are the members of SAARC and OIC and their geographic locations are also ideal for promoting business between them. He said that Pakistan has always extended its socio-economic support to Afghanistan. Earlier, President ACCI Khan Jan Alkozai and a delegation of Supreme Transport International Corporation and Blue Green World Limited called on Senator Haji Ghulam Ali and discussed matters of mutual trade relations. Haji Ghulam Ali told them that Pakistan offers tremendous opportunities for domestic investors and urged the Afghani business community to take advantage of it. He added that there are also investment opportunities in Afghanistan.