Yet another feather in the cap of pride of Pakistan Air Force JF 17 Thunder

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Yet another feather in the cap of pride of Pakistan Air Force JF 17 Thunder

ISLAMABAD – Malaysia has evinced keen interest in procuring JF-17 Thunder fighter planes and anti-tank missiles from Pakistan, the Radio Pakistan reported.

This was stated by Finance Minister Asad Umar while briefing media after delegation-level talks between Pakistan and Malaysia at Prime Minister House in Islamabad on Friday.

He said Malaysian delegation sought the participation of JF-17 Thunder aircraft in a defence fair to be held in that country in the near future.

Finance Minister said both sides agreed on business and investment worth hundreds of millions of dollars in diverse fields.

Similarly, both delegations also agreed to open branches of their banks in the two countries.

Finance Minister said in their one-on-0ne meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan briefed Malaysian Prime Minister about recent stand-off with India and Pakistan’s quest for peace and stability in the region.

The minister said that Malaysia would also import Halal meat and rice from Pakistan.