ISLAMABAD: Turkish Overseas Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday held talks with Pakistan’s high management to additional deepen the bilateral ties.
Cavusoglu individually referred to as on President Dr Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan and held delegation-level talks along with his counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi.
The Prime Minister careworn within the assembly to rework it into a strong financial partnership.
The shared resolve on each side to additional improve commerce, funding, defence, instructional and cultural cooperation was reaffirmed, based on the PM Workplace.
The Prime Minister additionally underscored the significance Pakistan hooked up to a peaceable answer of the battle in Afghanistan.
He highlighted Pakistan’s optimistic contribution to the Afghan peace course of and the crucial for all Afghan stakeholders to work for bringing down violence resulting in ceasefire and securing an inclusive and broad-based political settlement.
Khan additionally thanked Turkey for its steadfast help on the Jammu & Kashmir concern.
He emphasised the significance of working to fight Islamophobia.
The 2 overseas ministers held intensive trade of views on bilateral, regional and world points, based on Overseas Workplace.
They resolved to make sure well timed implementation of choices, taken over the past session of the Excessive-Stage Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC) in Islamabad in February 2020.
Overseas Minister Qureshi underscored the significance of constructing a stronger financial partnership, together with by realizing the imaginative and prescient within the Strategic Financial Framework (SEF).
Additionally, President Alvi conferred the award of Hilal-e-Pakistan on Turkish Overseas Minister, at a particular investiture ceremony, in recognition of his companies for the promotion of worldwide peace and safety in addition to Pak-Turkey relations.
Alvi on the event expressed satisfaction over Turkish funding in Pakistan which had grown over USD 1 billion, based on an announcement by the President Workplace.
An MoU regarding cooperation within the schooling subject (working of Turkish MAARIF Basis) was signed following the conclusion of delegation-level talks.
Overseas Minister Cavusoglu and Pakistan’s Minister of Federal Schooling and Skilled Coaching Shafqat Mahmood signed the MoU.