Pakistan and South Korea have agreed to enhance bilateral relations through enhanced cooperation in trade and investment sectors, a private media house reported on Monday.
The understanding came at a meeting between Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser and Korea-Pak Friendship Group Convener Cho Bae-sook in Islamabad.
Speaking on the occasion, Asad Qaiser said there are vast opportunities for investment in agriculture and tourism sectors of Pakistan, inviting the Korean investors to take advantage of these opportunities.
“The incumbent government is paying special attention to the development of the agriculture sector and to promote the economy of the country,” he maintained.
The NA speaker stressed the need for all possible facilities to Pakistani workers working in South Korea.
Cho Bae-sook said her country desires to enhance cooperation with Pakistan in different sectors of the economy, particularly tourism.
She said that Pakistan can benefit from religious tourism after the rehabilitation of Gandhara civilization’s site.