ISLAMABAD/ANKARA – Strategic ties of Pakistan and Turkey binds strengthens as Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu arrives Islamabad for the first time on a two-day visit with a special focus on ‘Pakistan-Turkey High Level Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC)’.
Davutoglu have came in Pakistan for the first time as a premier, earlier he had visited when he was foreign minister. Turkish premier will co-chair the meeting of ‘Pakistan-Turkey High Level Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC)’.
HLSCC deals in six key areas, finance and banking, trade, energy, transport and communications; education, and culture and tourism.
It was stated in press release of foreign office that “prior to the meeting, the relevant ministers would also have bilateral interactions with each other, and the outcomes of their deliberations would also be presented at the HLSCC meeting.”
The foreign office said that Pakistan and Turkey enjoy a special relationship marked by exceptional cordiality and deep mutual trust and understanding while the two countries have common perceptions on regional and international issues and work closely at regional and multilateral fora.
“The leadership in both countries remains strongly committed to further deepening, broadening and strengthening the bilateral relationship in every field,” foreign office statement said.
Pakistan is increasing its ties with Turkey in business, transport and even in cultural field.
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