Pakistan, S.Korea conform to increase bilateral relations in commerce

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and South Korea have agreed to increase bilateral relations by means of enhanced cooperation in commerce and funding sectors.

The understanding got here at a gathering between Speaker Nationwide Meeting Asad Qaiser and convener of Korea-Pak friendship group Ms. Cho Bae-sook in Islamabad at this time (Monday).

Talking on the event, Asad Qaiser stated there are huge alternatives for funding in agriculture and tourism sectors in Pakistan, and Korean traders can take profit from these alternatives.

The incumbent authorities is paying particular consideration to the event of the agriculture sector and to advertise the financial system of the nation, Asad Qaiser.

He pressured the necessity for offering each potential facility to Pakistani staff working in Korea.

Cho Bae-sook stated South Korea wishes to reinforce cooperation with Pakistan in tourism and different social and financial sectors.

She stated that Pakistan might be benefited by selling spiritual tourism and it may be boosted with the rehabilitation of Gandhara civilization’s web site.

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