Turkey's President Erdogan arrives in Pakistan on two-day official visit
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday arrived in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad on a two-day official visit, SIA reports.
Prime Minister Imran Khan together with his Cabinet members welcomed the Turkish president, accompanied by a high-level delegation, at Nur Khan Air Base, a military base used to receive foreign government officials. The first lady, Emine Erdogan, is also accompanying the president.
The Pakistan-Turkey High Level Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC) will also be attended by senior politicians and Cabinet members from both sides.
At the conclusion of the session, a joint declaration will be signed, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement. "A number of important agreements/MoUs are expected to be concluded. The two leaders will have a joint press stakeout," the statement added. Prior to the session, the two leaders will meet for discussions on a wide range of global and regional affairs.
Along with the Pakistani premier, Erdogan will address the Pakistan-Turkey Business and Investment Forum, which brings together leading investors and business-people from both sides. Erdogan will separately meet Pakistan's President Arif Alvi. He is also scheduled to address a joint session of Pakistani Parliament on Friday for the fourth time, having done so previously in November 2016, May 2012 and October 2009.
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