In a telephone conversation between the President of Turkey and his Pakistani counterpart as well as the Prime Minister of Pakistan, the two sides discussed the development of relations and joint cooperation.
According to ECO Cultural Institute quoting Fars news agency, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan talked over the phone with his Pakistani counterpart Arif Alvi as well as Prime Minister Imran Khan. During the talks, the two sides congratulated each other on Eid al-Adha and reviewed the development of relationships and collaborations.
Then President Erdogan invited his Pakistani counterpart to visit Turkey.
Further, Pakistani President pointed to the positive measures taken by the two countries to contain the spread of the virus and the decrease in the number of those infected with the virus.
Arif Alvi also emphasized on the role and position of Turkey in the process of fight against this virus and its impact on the world economy. He further emphasized Pakistan's support over the expansion of relations with Turkey for the benefit of both the countries.
In his twitter account, PM Imran Khan also pointed to the phone conversation with the Turkish president and their exchange of views on issues of joint issues of concern.
During the conversation, Khan emphasized on the mutual interest of the parties for the development of relations in all areas. He then appreciated Turkey's role in the fight against corona virus.
The conversation concluded with both parties congratulating each other on the occasion of Eid al-Adha and wishing their people health and prosperity.