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Turkish Foreign Minister Set to Arrive in Pakistan Today

Turkish Foreign Minister

ISLAMABAD: Minister of Foreign Affairs of Türkiye, Hakan Fidan, is set to arrive in Pakistan today (Sunday) for a two-day visit, according to diplomatic officials.

During his stay from May 19 to 20, Fidan is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, and Senate Chairman Yousaf Raza Gillani.

Diplomatic sources have indicated that the discussions will encompass bilateral cooperation, as well as international and regional issues.

A significant part of the agenda will also be dedicated to reviewing preparations for the 7th Pakistan-Turkey High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council.

On April 19, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had reiterated his government’s commitment to strengthening economic relations and trade partnerships with Türkiye.

He emphasized this resolve during a meeting with a delegation of Turkish investors at the Prime Minister’s Office in Islamabad.

The Turkish investors expressed their confidence in the Prime Minister’s leadership and showed a keen interest in investing in various sectors within Pakistan.

The Prime Minister highlighted the deep-rooted, brotherly relationship between the people of Pakistan and Türkiye, a bond that spans centuries.

He noted that the government had implemented reforms to fully leverage the potential of foreign investment in Pakistan.

These reforms aim to create a more conducive environment for foreign investors, ensuring that their investments can thrive and contribute to the country’s economic growth.

The meeting with the Turkish delegation was also attended by several notable figures, including the Ambassador of Türkiye to Pakistan, Mehmet Pacaci, and CEO of Terminal YAPI, Cenk Coskun, along with other Turkish and Pakistani officials.

Key Pakistani federal ministers such as Ishaq Dar, Khawaja Muhammad Asif, and Ahad Khan Cheema, as well as Prime Minister’s Coordinator Rana Ehsan Afzal and other senior officials, were also present.

Fidan’s visit is seen as a continuation of the strong diplomatic and economic ties between the two nations.

The discussions and meetings over the next two days are expected to further cement these relationships, with a focus on collaborative efforts in various sectors and enhanced strategic cooperation.

The visit underscores the ongoing commitment of both countries to work together for mutual benefit, addressing both bilateral and regional challenges through dialogue and partnership.

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