ISLAMABAD – President Mamnoon Hussain on Tuesday said Pakistan desired to benefit from the success of Republic of Korea in the agriculture sector through modern techniques.
The President said this while talking to outgoing Ambassador of Republic of Korea Dr Song Jong-Hwan, who called on him here at the Aiwan-e-Sadr.
President Mamnoon said the collaboration between Pakistani agriculture universities and Korea’s agriculture research institutes could be very useful in modernizing and increasing agriculture production in Pakistan.
He called for exchange of farmers delegations between the two countries.
Mamnoon Hussain said the government had taken effective measures to stabilize the economy, which were being acknowledged by international institutions.
He said law and order situation in the country was improving and hoped that by the year’s end, the objectives of Operation `Zarb-e-Azb’ would be achieved.
The President remarked that Pakistan and Republic of Korea enjoyed friendly bilateral relations, which would expand further and grow deeper in the future. He appreciated the services of the outgoing ambassador and wished him success in future.
Source: The Nation