Pakistan seeks free trade agreement with South Korea
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Monday that Pakistan looked for an unhindered trading agreement with South Korea.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with South Korean chief Chung Hong-Won in the federal capital. Taking after the gathering, diplomatic talks were held between the delegations of the two nations.
The delegations were headed by the individual premiers of the two nations. The Pakistani delegations included Khurram Dastgir and Ahsan Iqbal inasmuch as the Korean delegation incorporated its deputy information Minister and deputy Commerce minister.
On the event, Sharif said Pakistan needed an organized trading agreement with South Korea and a joint business discussion might boost energy, basic infrastructure and energy. He, besides, said that for the following three years the two nations might forge a vital business partnership and likewise communicated the trust that South Korean might expand grants scholarship for Pakistan’s students.
Then, Hong-won said that the two nations might need to push common participation in the fields of energy, trading and economy.