Korean Mission of UN-Habitat for Pakistan meets Administrator



The Korean Mission of UN-Habitat for Pakistan met Administrator Karachi Dr. Syed Saifur Rahman in his office and reviewed the measures taken for the construction and development of the city.

According to a KMC statment on Tuesday, the Korean delegation discussed the provision of street lights in different areas of Karachi, improvement of slums and infrastructure, Administrator Karachi assured them to provide complete data regarding all these issues and said every kind of assistance will be provided to the Korean Mission.

He said the construction and development of the city is topmost priority for which the cooperation of organizations working at the international level is valued. The quality of life of the residents of these slums will be higher by developing the infrastructure of the city and the means of transportation and the network of roads and parks and recreational areas will be improved.

Administrator Karachi Dr Syed Saif-ur-Rahman said KMC is fulfilling its responsibilities in this regard and every possible effort is being made to provide better municipal facilities to the citizens, it is also important to keep the street lights on the roads active and bright as this would reduce accidents and crimes and citizens will be able to travel safely on the roads even at night.

In this regard, the technical and other support offered by the Korean Mission will be carefully evaluated and decisions will be taken in the wider interest of the city. During the meeting, the Korean Mission said that Karachi is an important city of Pakistan. and is a commercial hub, the basic infrastructure should be developed according to the needs of the city.