At the request of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will travel to Turkey the next week to participate in a high-level strategic discussion discussing bilateral cooperation.
According to the information that has been provided, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will be in Turkey from the 31st of May through the 1st of June, and the purpose of the visit is to engage in strategic conversation between Pakistan and Turkey.
The topics of bilateral ties, commerce, investment, and defense will be the primary focus of the conversation.
The information was obtained from the sources that indicated that the Prime Minister will be traveling with a high-level delegation during the trip.
An earlier statement made by the Prime Minister on Thursday made a veiled reference to Imran Khan’s Azadi long march when he suggested that disorder and polarisation in society should be eliminated.
During his visit to the D-Chowk in Islamabad, he had a conversation with the law enforcement officials there. In that conversation, he said, “The country will move forward if we marched on the road of the law and constitution.” We have an obligation to bring Pakistan both tranquility and prosperity. In his company, there was the Minister of Defense for the Federal Government, Khawaja Asif.