Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan to arrive in Pakistan today


Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan will arrive in Pakistan today (Sunday, May 19) on a two-day visit and will meet the senior dignitaries during his stay.

According to the media reports, the diplomatic officials have confirmed the news. Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan will be in Pakistan from May 19 to 20 and will meet Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, and Senate Chairman Yousaf Raza Gillani.

The officials said. “The topics of discussion in the meetings will include bilateral cooperation as well as global and regional issues. In addition, plans for the 7th High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council between Pakistan and Turkey will be examined.”

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On April 19, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif reaffirmed the government’s commitment to expanding commercial and economic ties with Turkiye. This was what he had said to a group of Turkish investors who had come to see him at the federal capital’s Prime Minister’s Office.

The Turkish investors showed great interest in investing in Pakistan’s various sectors as a sign of their faith in the prime minister’s leadership. The prime minister had stated that there had been centuries of brotherly ties between the people of Turkiye and Pakistan. According to what he had claimed, system changes had been done to fully use Pakistan’s investment potential from abroad.

Mehmet Pacaci, the Turkish ambassador to Pakistan, Cenk Coskun, the CEO of Terminal YAPI, and other Turkish and Pakistani officials attended the conference. The meeting was also attended by high officials who were pertinent, Prime Minister’s Coordinator Rana Ehsan Afzal, and federal ministers Ishaq Dar, Khawaja Muhammad Asif, and Ahad Khan Cheema.