ISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Wednesday requested the Eurperon Parliament for early legislation of trade concessions given to Islamabad by the EU after devastating floods in 2010, as the meeting of Eurperon Parliament is scheduled to be held in September 2012.The request came in a meeting of Senior Minister for Commerce Makhdoom Amin Fahim with members of European Parliament. Both the sides discussed matters of mutual interest and ways of enhancing trade between Pakistan and EU.EU delegation emphasized on proper compliance of 27 international conventions mandatory for becoming eligible for duty free access through GSP Plus scheme for EU. These conventions pertain to human rights, good governance, labor rights, environment and narcotics control. The Commerce Minister informed the meeting that Government of Pakistan has ratified all these conventions.The Senior Commerce Minister requested that members of European Parliament may use their influence for early legislation of trade concessions in EU parliament. It might be mentioned here EU had granted a trade concession package to Pakistan after the unprecedented floods in 2010.The EU delegation appreciated the liberalization of trade between Pakistan and India. It will not only enhance the bilateral trade but also be helpful in improving political relations between the two countries, added the EU delegation.