MULTAN - A British delegation is likely to visit Pakistan by coming month to review the situation for making investment in agriculture and other sectors. This was disclosed by Robert Gibson, Director, UK Trade and Investment, British Deputy High Commission, Karachi while addressing the members of Multan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) here on Monday. He said though the investors were willing to make investments in Pakistan, they had some reservations on local security situation. Were making efforts to clear these reservations, he added. He disclosed that 78 different delegations visited Pakistan last year to review and find opportunities for investment in this country. He said that Pak-UK Trade Forum played key role in boosting trade between both the countries. He said that the loadshedding crisis was getting worse in Pakistan as the energy demand would surge to one lakh megawatt by 2030 in this country. He said that the Britain wanted to make investment in energy sector in Pakistan. But investments in all sectors will be made in light of European Union laws, he added. Earlier, delivering welcome address, Anis A Sheikh, President of MCCI, pointed out that there was a huge room for investment in energy, textile, agriculture and automobile sectors in Pakistan. He said that the Britain had already made private industrial investment in Pakistan. He hoped that the coming years would witness greater collaboration between Pakistan and UK in trade and investment.