Pakistan, Republic of Korea agree to enhancing mutual cooperation in various fields


Convener Pakistan-Korea Parliamentary Friendship Group MNA Qaiser Ahmed Sheikh has said that Pakistan and Republic of Korea share history of mutual cooperation based upon mutual trade and economic interest. He said that Parliamentary exchanges are vital to enhance people to people contacts between both nations. He expressed these views during a meeting with members of PFG of both Pakistan and Korea in Parliament House. Korean Parliamentarian delegation under Convenership of Mr.Lee Hack Young Head of Korea-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group in National Assembly of The Republic of Korea along with delegation of Korean Parliamentarians are on official visit to Pakistan from 22nd to 25th August 2022.

Convener Pakistan-Korea PFG Mr. Qaiser Ahmed Sheik said that he himself witnessed the journey of growth and development of R.O.Korea from developing to developed country. He said that Pakistan is a land of opportunities and South Korean firms can invest in diverse industrial sector. He said that Korean can also benefit from skilled labour force of Pakistan. While mentioning about the great tourism opportunity regarding Gandahra civilization remains in Pakistan and Buddhist sacred sights in Pakistan, he invited Korean Parliamentarians delegation to explore Pakistan. He said that the incumbent government is resolute to complete all CPEC projects as CPEC is for enhancing regional connectivity.

The Members of Pak-Korea PFG in Pakistan Parliament expressed their views that Pakistan and Korea have vast area of cooperation especially in technology and automobiles sector. The members said that Pakistan offers good market especially for automobiles and they also asked Korean Parliamentarians to support self-determination rights of Kashmiries in Indian Occupied Jummu & Kashmir.

Mr. Lee Hack Young head of Korean – Pak Parliamentary Friendship group in Korean National Assembly expressed his gratitude for warm welcome. He also expressed his special gratitude for supporting exit of Korean Nationals out of Afghanistan when Taliban took over Afghanistan. Members of Korean Parliament Mr. Lee Sangheon, Mr. Kim Byungio and Mr. An Byunggil also shared their vision for enhancing mutual ties between both countries. The members of Korean Parliamentarians delegation also mentioned about technological and industrial development of Korea and extended all out support to develop latest technologies in diverse socio-economic sectors in the country.


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