Turkey’s President to Visit Pakistan Next Month

Turkey's President

Tolga Ucak—the Turkish Consul General made the announcement on Tuesday that Turkey’s President—Recep Tayyip Erdogan would be visiting Pakistan next month.

The official mentioned that the President would officially be making the announcement regarding investment during his visit.

The Consul General made these remarks while he was speaking at the opening ceremony of the Turkish Electrical Electronics and Services Exporters’ Association (TET) sartorial B2B meetings between the businessmen of Pakistan and Turkey.

He said that Turkey had got an unbreakable bond with Pakistan which would only get stronger with the passage of time. He further added that Turkey is in favour of having a balanced trade with Pakistan.

Ucak said that Turkey would provide all cooperation in the sector of defense and would also play its role to boost technology and trade with its brotherly country Pakistan.

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He added that the government of Turkey is completely interested in the projects under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and said that the Turkish authorities were already discussing with Pakistan for participation in these projects.

The Turkish CG said that the total trade turnover of Turkey was $200 billion, and the balanced trade between the two nations would heavily benefit Pakistan and would increase its exports.

He said that they wish that the SME sector of Pakistan should grow, which is the basic employment generator in an economy.

Recently the Saudi Crown Prince—Mohammad Bin Salman visited Pakistan and signed MoUs costing $20billion with Pakistan for cooperation in various sectors.

Besides, the Turkish President, Mahathir Mohamad—Malaysian Prime Minister is also expected to visit Pakistan and take part in the Pakistan Day celebrations, which is observed on the 23rd of March.

The Malaysian PM has been invited to the celebrations by the Prime Minister of Pakistan—Imran Khan.

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