One of the priorities moving forward is to reduce the trade deficit that Pakistan runs with Indonesia and to increase two-way investments, thereby diversifying and expanding economic ties.
Farmers can make much more money growing saffron than illegal drugs, and doing so has the added benefit of undermining terrorist groups.
Strengthening mutual co-operation will "reflect the true economic potential of the two countries", officials say.
Newly inaugurated common facilities established by the government are expected to improve the quality and value of locally produced honey and silk.
Multinational companies are expected to invest billions of dollars in Pakistan over the next ten years.
Chief of Army Staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa inaugurated the tunnel September 27.
Terrorism cost Pakistan Rs. 12.6 trillion ($120 billion) in the past 16 years, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif told the Senate recently.