Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday signed a key agreement with Iraq for the supply of trainer aircraft to Iraqi Air Force, in what is billed as "major milestone" in the export of aviation products from the country. The contract of sales of Super Mushshak Aircraft to Iraq was signed by General Anwer Hamad Ameen Ahmed, Commander Iraqi Air Force and Air Marshal Sohail Gul Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) Kamra. Super Mushshak is a more advanced, upgraded variant of the MFI-17 Mushshak basic trainer. It was designed and is being manufactured at the Aircraft Manufacturing Factory. "The sale of Super Mashshak aircraft to Iraqi Air Force is a major milestone in the export of aviation products of Pakistan," a statement released by the Prime Minister's Office said. The statement did not mention how many aircraft will be sold. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that Pakistan will provide assistance to Iraq in fields of training and development. He said Pakistan Air Force has a past a rich experience in training personnel of friendly countries and will, undoubtedly, assist in developing Iraqi Air Force on modern grounds. He said this in a meeting with General Ahmed, who called on him at Prime Minister's house. Federal Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanvir Hussain and Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt were also present at the occasion. In total two agreements were signed including the one for sale of the trainer aircraft. According to the first agreement Pakistan Air Force will provide Training, to Iraq Air Defence Force personnel, in all sphere of Modern Air Force concept pertaining to different field special Air Defence, and Air Crew. PTI Pakistan to supply trainer aircraft to Iraq ``````````` What next Pakis, junk fighters?