Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Pakistan, Turkiye Agree to Increase Bilateral Trade to $5 Billion

Pakistan and Turkey have agreed to increase their bilateral trade to $5 billion. The decision was reached during talks in Islamabad, where Pakistan was represented by Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mohammad Ishaq Dar, and Turkey by Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan.

In these discussions, both sides examined their cooperation across various areas and held conversations on regional and global matters. They also announced plans to convene the next session of the Pakistan-Turkey High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council.

Additionally, both nations reaffirmed their commitment to supporting each other in defense initiatives and in combating terrorism. They expressed appreciation for their mutual assistance during critical situations and natural disasters.

Mohammad Ishaq Dar underscored the deep-rooted historical bonds between Pakistan and Turkey. Meanwhile, Hakan Fidan emphasized the enduring strategic partnership and friendship between the two countries, which are based on a shared history.

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