PM Imran Khan to leave for Turkey on January 3

Premier visiting Turkey on invitation of President Erdogan

News Desk December 30, 2018
Prime Minister Imran Khan. PHOTO: PID

Prime Minister Imran Khan is all set to pay a two-day official visit to Turkey on January 3 on President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's invitation, Radio Pakistan reported on Sunday.

This will be Premier Imran's first visit to the country.

He will be accompanied by a high-level delegation including Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Planning Minister Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtyar and Adviser to the Prime Minister Abdul Razak Dawood.

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During the visit, he will meet President Erdogan and discuss the entire spectrum of bilateral relations between the two countries.

Views pertaining to regional and international situation will also be exchanged.

Imran Khan will also address a business forum, and hold several meetings with Turkish businessmen and potential investors during his stay in Ankara.

Pakistan and Turkey enjoy historic and unparalleled ties based on a common religious and cultural legacy that dates back to centuries.

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The two countries have excellent political, economic, defense, cultural and people-to-people relations that continue to grow from strength to strength with each passing year.

Prime Minister Imran's upcoming visit to Turkey will further reinforce the historic ties between the governments and the people of the two brotherly countries.

The visit will also help to explore new vistas of cooperation between the two countries, particularly in the area of economic, trade and commercial relations.



Shaheed | 3 years ago | Reply PM Khan should go to nations like Singapore, South Korea, Brunei and Europe for investments and should involve these nations to come and set up their Companies in Pakistan. This will generate employment for the Youth. Visiting Turkey is like a beggar visiting another one...
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