ISLAMABAD: Turkey’s ambassador offered a two-country citizenship agreement and said the agreement would benefit the citizens of both countries.
According to details, Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmad Shah met with Turkey’s Ambassador, the affairs of the bilateral relations were discussed and Turkish Ambassador appreciated the brotherly relations of the two countries.
At the meeting, the Turkish ambassador offered the government two-country citizenship agreement and said that the agreement would benefit the citizens of both countries, while it also agreed to hold training programs between the two countries.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister of Interior Ijaz Shah said that the proposed draft of this agreement is under consideration, and will assist at our best, we welcome to President Erdogan on his coming visit to Pakistan
Ejaz Shah will meet with Turkish Foreign Minister in February to visit Pakistan.
Remember that the Turkish President is likely to visit Pakistan on February 13 and 14, he will arrive in Islamabad along with a high level delegation including business community.
Sources said that the Turkish President will hold meetings with the Pakistani civil military leadership while the banquet will be held in honor of the President, Prime Minister, Turkish President and guests.
According to sources, a meeting of the Pak-Turkish High Level Strategic Cooperation Council will be held, Prime Minister Imran Khan and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will jointly preside over the meeting, signing several agreements, Memorandum of Cooperation and several projects.
During the visit of the Turkish President, strategic economic framework, mutual cooperation agreements are expected while cooperation in investment, trade, defense production, banking, finance will be enhanced.