Pakistan and Turkey have agreed to increase their bilateral trade to $5 billion

Pakistan and Turkey have mutually agreed to boost their bilateral trade to $5 billion, a decision solidified during discussions held in Islamabad. Representing Pakistan was Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mohammad Ishaq Dar, while Turkey was represented by Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan.

During these deliberations, both sides assessed their collaboration across diverse sectors and engaged in dialogues on regional and global affairs. They also announced intentions to convene the next session of the Pakistan-Turkey High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council.

Furthermore, both nations reiterated their dedication to assisting each other in defense endeavors and in the fight against terrorism. They expressed gratitude for the reciprocal support provided during critical circumstances and natural calamities.

Mohammad Ishaq Dar emphasized the profound historical ties binding Pakistan and Turkey, while Hakan Fidan underscored the enduring strategic partnership and camaraderie between the two nations, rooted in a shared history.

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