PM calls for increased bilateral trade with Turkey

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Profile: Shahbaz Sharif, Prime Minister of Pakistan

Minister Shehbaz Sharif said on Tuesday that Ankara and Islamabad have to work together.

According to an official statement, PM Shehbaz called on the two sides to bolster their bilateral cooperation in all areas of mutual interest, including trade, defense, connectivity, and culture, during a meeting with Turkish Ambassador Mehmet Pacaci at the prime minister’s office in Islamabad.

He stated that Pakistan and Turkey would continue to support each other going forward on fundamental concerns.
PM Shehbaz congratulated Turkey on the successful flight of the country’s fighter aircraft, the KAAN, and showed thanks for his congratulations from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan shortly after his reelection.

Reiterating his invitation to Erdogan to come to Islamabad, he stated that the Pakistani people are eagerly awaiting his arrival, which would also present an opportunity to hold deep talks during the High-Level Strategic Coordination Council’s seventh session.

On his part, Pacaci congratulated Sharif well on his reelection, expressed the best wishes of Turkey’s leadership, and emphasized the importance of strengthening the bonds between brothers.

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