PM Imran Khan on Saturday said that Pakistan was confident that Turkey would turn into a part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.
The PM said this while conversing with a Turkish TV slot. He said that the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan joined by financial specialists and business network individuals would visit the nation one month from now. “We are focused on improving ties between the two nations in all circles,” he said.
Talking over the issues looked by him in the wake of coming into power, Imran Khan said that they confronted current record shortage following to expecting the force. “We needed to take severe measures to balance out the economy lastly we can leave the crisis time,” he said.
He said that the nation’s opposition feared his prosperity as it would reveal a political end for them.
Talking over Indian angers against individuals of the occupied Kashmir, PM said that August 5 decision of India to add the occupied region was against the United Nations (UN) goals.
Prior in the day, Turkish president to Pakistan, Mustafa Yurdakul on Saturday in a response to an inquiry said that Turkey and Pakistan were for sure thinking about the possibility of double citizenship. The Turkish ambassador said that the proposed thought is tied in with beginning to deal with shared acknowledgment of double citizenship among Turkey and Pakistan.
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