Pakistan to export large number of trainer aircrafts to friendly country
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has offered 52 Super Mushak Aircraft to Turkey in lieu of cooperation in the defense production under the Pak-Turk Strategic Economic Framework (SEF).
Reportedly, the prime minister has approved the action plan for Pak-Turk SEF that provides for cooperation between the two countries in various sectors of the economy.
The framework includes the cooperation in defense production and includes the delivery of 30 attack helicopters to Pakistan Army and delivery of 52 Super Mushak to Turkey.
It also includes Turkish collaboration with Pakistan’s defense production establishment for cooperation in the fields of IT communications, avionics, weapons, ammunition, security vehicles, and vessels.
Pakistan has also requested Turkey to build four ships for Pakistan Navy; two in Pakistan and two in Turkey. The action plan also proposed cooperation in trade and textile, which includes granting GSP Plus status to Pakistan, given Turkey is a member of the EU Customs Union.
Apart from that, Pakistan has also sought simplification of customs procedure, technical support, and electronic data exchange to Pakistan Customs.