LAHORE - Australian High Commissioner Tim George has said that Australia has a long-term commitment with Pakistan and is ready to play a proactive role so that Pakistan could be able to overcome the challenges being faced by it. He, however, made it clear that both Pakistan and Australia need to work more closely in agriculture, energy, education, engineering and social sectors. The Australian High Commissioner was speaking at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Thursday. LCCI President Shahzad Ali Malik, Senior Vice President Sheikh Mohammad Arshad, Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner (South Asia) Mr Peter Linford, First Secretary Mr Jon Bonner, Regional Director Western Autralian Trade Office Mr Pankaj Savara, Country Manager Azhar H Shah and Mr Tahir Mehmood, Agribusiness South Asia also spoke on the occasion. The High Commissioner said that power generation, agriculture, livestock, sports goods, information technology, health and education are the key sectors wherein Pakistani businessmen can take advantage of Australian technological advancements to play their role for economic turnaround of the country. The diplomat said that Pakistan could avail Australian expertise in vocational training as Australian Vocational Training Modules are best of the best in the world. He also called for frequent exchange of business-related delegations so that both the sides could have first-hand knowledge of the available opportunities. He said that Pakistani goods were best of the best in the world and has a very huge potential in Australian market.