Commerce secretary Zafar Mehmood has said government is making all efforts to alleviate Indian and other countries concern over the concessions granted by European Union (EU) to Pakistan. He said this while talking to media men here in Karachi on Monday after his meeting with office bearers of Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industries Pakistan (FCCIP). During the meeting held earlier in Geneva, India had voiced its reservations over the concessions given by EU to Pakistan and we are trying our best to remove them, he underlined. Apprehensions of Pakistani traders community would be discussed with Indian commerce secretary on his arrival in Pakistan besides exchanging views on proposals put forth by FCCIP, he told. Responding to a question he said it was responsibility of officials deployed on land routes to stem live stock smuggling. No proposal was underway to export meat from Pakistan, he pointed out. Speaking on the occasion SM Munir said trade balance was in favor of India due to imposition of non tariff barrier by New Delhi. Indian exports to Pakistan stand at 2.5 billion dollars while Pakistani exports to India stand at only 450 million dollars, he pointed out. Former president federation Tariq Saeed said there was need to expand the trade volume between Pakistan and India by declaring India favorable country. Vice president federation Khalid Tawab said vibrant policies were worked out by India for normalization of relations between Pakistan and India but they are not implemented.