ISLAMABAD (APP) - British High Commissioner to Pakistan Adam Thomson Tuesday said that his country was trying its best to help Pakistan get access to European market. We are trying to get EU trade concession of Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Plus status for Pakistan to get more Pakistani products introduced in Europe, he said while talking to a delegation of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) here. The delegation comprised Vice President SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry Iftikhar Ali Malik, Vice President FPCCI Amir Atta Bajwa, Chairman FPCCI Capital Office Hameed Akhtar Chadda, Senior Vice Chairman FPCCI Kanwar Qutbuddin and Chairman Media Malik Sohail. Sharon Mc Donald 2nd Political Secretary of the British High Commission, Jason Mumtaz, Trade and Investment officer, BHC and other diplomats were also present in the meeting. According to FPCCI press statement, the British High Commissioner said that he was given task by his government to double bilateral trade in four years. For this purpose, he said, there was need to further enhance political relations, improve people-to-people contacts and invite British businessmen to invest in Pakistan. Adam Thomson said that Pakistan has easiest business environment in the region but UKs SME sector was still reluctant to invest in Pakistan which will be only possible if the local business community extends cooperation. He said that British exporters are not as aggressive as their Pakistani counterparts and as a result it increased share of trade in favour of Pakistan. He said that he is inviting British investors to explore energy, super markets and other promising sectors in Pakistan. Lauding an offer by Malik Sohail, Adam Thomson said that dispute resolution initiative by the FPCCI would encourage UKs business community to invest in Pakistan. The High Commissioner also agreed to explore business exchange programmes and assured support in upgrading FPCCIs R&D section in the new building at Islamabad to boost its capacity. On the occasion, Iftikhar Ali Malik, who is also former president FPCCI, said Pakistan was being deprived of due rights while other countries like Bangladesh were getting concessions. He said that Reconstruction Opportunity Zones was not a viable idea and urged UK to help boost regional trade. Amir Atta Bajwa said that the relations between two governments depend on ties between people of these nations while Hameed Akhtar Chadda raised questions about visa procedure. To a question posed by Malik Sohail Hussian, the High Commissioner said that Pakistan has suffered more in war on terror than what it get in return. Do More is not a helpful phrase; we all (allies in war on terror) need to do more, he said.