RAWALPINDI - Ambassador of Republic of Korea in Pakistan, Choi Choong Joo, has said that his country is eager to enhance trade relations with Pakistan by investing in its industrial sector. Korea is fully aware of the problems being faced by Pakistan especially in its industrial sector and his country will invest in Pakistan to enhance the bilateral trade relations, he added. He expressed these views at a meeting with Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) President Syed Ali Raza during a visit, informed chamber spokesman Bilal Khan Niazi here on Tuesday. The Ambassador said that South Korea is the active member of the Friends of Democratic Pakistan (FoDP). He said that Pakistan has a healthy environment for investment and investors from all over the globe should invest in Pakistan and assured his full cooperation in this regard. Speaking on the occasion, RCCI President Syed Ali Raza said that Pakistan is situated in a geographically important location. He said that total trade volume between the two countries is around 1.11 billion dollars, which was very low. Raza said that Pakistans major exportable items that could be imported to Korea were cotton, leather, surgical goods, fruits and furniture. He stressed that the bilateral trade relations must be enhanced. He said that the Korean Embassy should cooperate with the local business community and Pakistani businessmen should be given access to the Korean trade markets. Business community of both sides should visit each other to find different exportable items for their countries, he said. Senior Vice President Mian Muhammad Ateeq, Vice President Dr Shimail Daud, former presidents and members of Executive Committee were also present on the occasion.