ISLAMABAD: Minister for defence production Rana Tanveer has said the aerospace industry in Korea is very advanced and Pakistan would like to benefit from their technology.
Korean Aerospace Industry (KAI), headed by Kim Hyong Jun Vice President KAI, Dong J Choi, Director Business Development KAI alongwith Defence Attache Korea called on Rana Tanveer Hussain, minister for Defence Production.
The minister added that Koreans are a friendly and warm people and we would like other areas of bilateral trade and business explored between the two countries.
Rana Tanveer Hussain appreciated the aircrafts especially the trainer jets produced in Korea. Technologically Korea has an edge as their aircraft industry stands at par with some of the leading defence companies in aircraft industry said the Minister.
KAI head Mr. Kim Hyong Jun said that Korea would like to benefit from the state of the art facility in Pakistan as joint production will reduce the cost of the end product produced and therefore will help market the product in a better way.
Rana Tanveer Hussain also asked the Korean Defence Attache to expedite the feasibility for the second shipyard to be built at Gwadar. During my visit to Korea I was amazed to see the facility at their shipyard. Their capacity, skill and technique is state of the art and we would like our Korean friends to extend us the assistance in building the second shipyard as this will open new vistas in terms of business, trade and revenue for Pakistan.