ISLAMABAD: Chief Minister Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif while inviting South Korean companies for investment in Pakistan, has stressed on the need of promoting economic and trade cooperation between the two states – ARY News reports.
According to details, Ambassador of South Korea, Jong Hwan Song met the Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Friday and discussed with him affairs of mutual interest and bilateral ties between South Korea and Pakistan.
On this occasion, CM Shahbaz Sharif stated that Pakistan and South Korea have cordial ties with each other and both the states need to promote bilateral economic and trade cooperation.
He added that exchange of trade delegations can help play a vital role for strengthening economic relations between the two countries and Pakistan will welcome South Korea's cooperation in energy, infrastructure and other sectors here.
The Chief Minister invited South Korean companies and stated that the Punjab Government will facilitate them and provide all possible amenities.
The South Korean Ambassador praised the performance of the Punjab Government and said that the province is progressing notably under the supervision of Shahbaz Sharif.
Moreover, the Ambassador also met the Chaudhry Duo of Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PMLQ).
During the meet, Chaudhry brothers also emphasized on the need of extending bilateral trade as much as possible.