Pakistan and Korean relations

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|+ '''Pakistan—Korea relations'''
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| width=300 colspan=2 align=center | flagicon|Pakistan|size=300x66px flagicon|North Korean|size=300x66px
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| colspan=2 align=center | [Pakistan North Korea Locator.svg|300px]
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| [of arms of Pakistan.svg|30px] legend|#3c9d3c|'''Pakistan'''
| [of arms of North Korea.svg|30px] legend|#e3801c|'''Korea'''
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Pakistan has diplomatic and economic relationships with North Korea, a single party communist state. The start of relations between the two countries emerged sometime in the 1970s during the democratic prime ministerial ship of Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, when he made a state visit to North Korea as part of his foreign policy campaign to strengthen the relations with socialist states. Pakistan has an Embassy in Pyongyang while North Korea maintains an Embassy in Islamabad, a vast Consulate-General in Karachi, and consulates in other cities of Pakistan.

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