The President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan might visit Pakistan next month, to be exact on the 13th of February, as per the reports of local media.
As per a senior diplomatic source, Recep Tayyip Erdogan would be reaching Islamabad on a 2-day official visit on the invitation of PM Khan.
The Turkish President would have important meetings with the military and civil leadership of the nation during his stay in the federal capital.
The official said that a pleasant welcome would be given to the president of Turkey on his arrival in Pakistan.
Also Read: PM Khan to Visit Malaysia on February 3
Previously on the 11th of October, PM Khan had called the Turkish President and exchanged views on the latest regional situation.
Prime Minister Imran Khan told the Turkish President that the Pakistani nation was eagerly waiting for warmly welcoming his upcoming visit to the country.
The PM Khan gave an assurance to President Erdogan of firm support. During his telephonic conversation, Prime Minister Imran Khan told Erdogan that the federal capital was completely aware of the Ankara’s concerns on the matter of terrorism.
He had reiterated that Pakistan has given 70,000 sacrifices in war against terrorism, whereas the nation had also given shelter to 3 million refugees.