South Korea to open a chartered university in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Minister of State for Education and Professional Training Muhammad Baligh Ur Rahman has said that Pakistan would fully support the idea of Korean High Commissioner to open a chartered university in Pakistan.

The Korean High Commissioner Jong Hwan Song offered Minister of State for Education to open a university here and said that half of the students in the university would be foreigners and half of the students would be Pakistanis.

He was called on by the Minister of state here at his office Tuesday, said a news release on Tuesday.

The minister assured Jong Wang to provide facilitation in every possible way for the university.

Both the dignitaries talked about the friendly relationship between the two countries.

Jong Wang said that many Pakistanis visit Korea every year for the work and business activities, making the bond more strong with each passing day.

“He alongwith his government would like to strengthen this relationship in future” stated the high commissioner.

Minister of State also talked fondly about Korea and hospitality of its people.