RAWALPINDI - The Ambassador of Republic of Korea Choi Choong Joo has said that his country wants to enhance trade relations with Pakistan and keen to invest in Pakistan. He said that Pakistani mangoes were delicious and sweet and his country has decided to import fruit from Pakistan; this step would also help to boost bilateral trade between the two friendly countries. Choi Choong said this during a meeting with Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry President (RCCI) Jawed Akhtar Bhatti during his visit to the Chamber here on Monday. RCCI senior vice president Raja Amer Iqbal, vice president Chaudhry Iqbal Ahmed, Group Leader Najamul Haq Malik and other members of the Chamber were also present on the occasion. The ambassador said that Korea was fully aware of the problems faced by the Pakistan regarding energy, law and order and promotion of business activities and his country would invest in Pakistan to enhance the bilateral trade relation between the two friend countries as 123 Korean companies were already working in Pakistan which is a proof of friendship. He said that Pakistani land was best for investors and businessmen from all over the globe must visit Pakistan to invest in the country. He said that Korea would assist RCCI to organise single country expo in Korea. He also stressed the direct interaction between the business communities of both sides to further enhance trade relations. He ensured his full cooperation in this regard.Speaking on the occasion, RCCI President Jawed Akhtar Bhatti said that Pakistan was situated at an important geographically location. He said that total trade volume between the two countries was around $1.3 billion which needs to be extended. He further said that Korea was advanced in food processing technology and must share its technical support with Pakistan to boost the industry. He stressed that bilateral trade relations must be enhanced.Bhatti said that Korean embassy should cooperate with local business community and Pakistani businessmen should be given access to Korean trade markets. “Business community of both sides should visit each others to find different exportable items for their countries”, he added.