The people of Pakistan view relations with Korea with the utmost respect, Chairman Senate

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Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjarani has said that the people of Pakistan view relations with Korea with utmost respect.

According to details, the South Korean Ambassador called on Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjarani at the Parliament House and discussed bilateral relations and the regional situation, including issues of mutual interest.

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Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjarani said that South Korea’s journey on the path of peace, democracy and prosperity is commendable. In a short span of a few decades, Korea has transformed itself into a technologically advanced economy. It attaches great importance to its multilateral relations, which include political, economic, scientific, defense, cultural and other areas of mutual cooperation.

Sadiq Sanjarani has said that in view of the recent changing situation in Afghanistan, Pakistan has repatriated more than 16,000 foreign nationals safely. At the request of South Korea, Pakistan has safely evacuated 392 Koreans from Kabul. He attaches great importance to his economic relations.

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He said that in the last two years, Korean companies have gradually increased their presence and market share in Pakistan. Active steps need to be taken to give.

Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani said that the Free Trade Agreement would be beneficial for both the countries for the promotion of trade. The country of 220 million people is connected with Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asian countries due to which Pakistan Is an important country.

Sadiq Sanjarani appreciated the cooperation of Exim Bank in initiating the construction of Information Technology Park in Islamabad at a cost of 88 88.80 million.

The meeting also discussed the establishment of a Samsung mobile manufacturing unit in Pakistan by South Korea.

Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani said that Pakistan was keen to further expand trade with Korea, adding that Korea should also benefit from investment in special economic zones to enhance Kosi-Pak projects and regional ties.

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