Pakistan and Turkiye vow to broaden trade


Pakistan and Turkiye – the two brother nations – have expressed the resolve to further broaden the scope of bilateral cooperation in all areas of mutual interest including trade, investment, and defense.

According to the media reports, the understanding came at delegation-level talks between the two countries in Islamabad today (Monday, May 20). Both sides agreed to extend trade between Pakistan and Turkiye.

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The Pakistan delegation was represented by Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mohammad Ishaq Dar while the Turkish side was led by Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan. The two sides reviewed progress on bilateral cooperation and exchanged views on regional and international matters of mutual interest.

The delegation of both countries has also discussed arrangements for the upcoming session of the Pakistan-Turkiye High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council.