Pakistan and South Korea have made the agreement of expanding their bilateral ties via boosted cooperation in the different sectors.
The decision to this effect was taken during a meeting that was held between Senator Azam Khan Swati—the Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, and the South Korean Ambassador—Kwak Sung, as per the reports of local media.
Other than, discussing the bilateral issues, both sides agreed to explore the different avenues for enhanced growth and cooperation.
While speaking on the occasion, Azam Swati said that Pakistan gave utmost value to its long-standing ties with South Korea and emphasized the need for having further increased collaborations in the various fields.
He also lauded South Korea for extending the cooperation and for making the investment in the various sectors.
The South Korean ambassador said that Islamabad has been enjoying the close ties thoroughly for the last many decades.
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