ISLAMABAD: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday evening met with his Pakistani counterpart Dr. Arif Alvi after arriving on a two-day official visit to Pakistan.
Both leaders agreed to extend mutual support on issues of each other’s core national interest and underscored the importance of fully realising the immense potential of relationship between the two countries. They also underlined in transforming this relations into a strong and dynamic trade and economic partnership.
Warmly welcoming the Turkish president to Pakistan, Dr. Alvi expressed gratification over the level of enhanced and multifaceted engagement between the two countries.
President Alvi said that the 6th Session of the High Level Strategic Cooperation Council will further strengthen and broaden the fraternal relations between Pakistan and Turkey.
Dr Alvi also apprised President Erdogan of the worsening human rights situation in Occupied Kashmir and thanked the Turkish counterpart for his principled stand on Kashmir.
Earlier, a warm welcome was accorded to the Turkish President and First Lady Emine Erdogan over their arrival at the presidency. President Arif Alvi later hosted a banquet in honour of the distinguished guests.
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