Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reach Islamabad on two-day visit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reach Islamabad on two-day visit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to reach Islamabad on two-day visit

Islamabad … News Time

According to the newspaper’s report, the Foreign Office said that the Turkish President will visit Pakistan from February 13 to 14 to promote traditional solidarity and relations between the two countries and further expansion of Pak-Turkish strategic partnership. Trip to Pakistan will be accompanied by Recep Tayyip Erdogan along with his cabinet members, senior government officials, leading Turkish businessmen. And she will co-chair the sixth meeting of the Pakistan-Turkey High Level Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC) with Prime Minister Imran Khan.

In addition, the Turkish President will address the Pakistan-Turkey Business and Investment Forum, along with a joint session of parliament February 14. Significant agreements and agreements are also likely to be signed at the HLSCC meeting between Turkey and Pakistan. He will also meet Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alawi during his visit to Erdogan. Prime Minister Imran Khan is also likely to be invited to be part of the Pak-China Economic Corridor (C-PAC). In addition, Prime Minister Imran Khan is seeking Turkish businessmen to assist in investment and technology transfer projects in the mining sector in Pakistan. Regarding proposals for promoting economic relations, the Foreign Office said both sides stressed on promoting economic relations. According to the statement, there are vibrant cooperation plans to tackle Islamophobia, promote Islamic solidarity and advance the common goals of peace, security and stability in the region.

The Foreign Office said that Pakistan and Turkey have a unique and lasting relationship of mutual cooperation and trust; the two brotherly countries have always been steadfast to each other. The statement said that Turkey supports the autonomy of the rights of the people of occupied Kashmir and Pakistan stands with Turkey on the Cyprus issue. Earlier, on October 11 last year, it was announced that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would visit Pakistan on October 23 to further strengthen Pakistan-Turkey relations and support the Pakistani stand on occupied Kashmir. Later, on October 17, the Foreign Office spokesman said that his visit had been postponed and new dates would be announced later, on which occasion the reason for the visit was not stated. At the time, however, Turkey was engaged in military operations against Kurdish militants in northeastern Syria, which also strained relations with the United States.


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