Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will arrive on an official two-day visit to Pakistan on Thursday.
Last time, Erodgan visited Pakistan in 2016 accompanied by his wife Emine along with a delegation. On this visit, officials will discuss and potentially sign an agreement to grant the Turks and Pakistanis dual citizenship, according to a media source.
Premier Imran Khan’s trade adviser Abdul Razak Dawood had announced the Turkish president’s visit on February 4. The advisor further confirmed that a group of Turkish businessmen would accompany Erdogan.
It is expected that top investors will hold comprehensive trade talks with their Pakistani counterparts and that various important agreements could be made. The Turkish president will also attend the sixth round of the High Level Strategic Cooperation Council between Pakistan and Turkey.
Details said that Erdogan will also address Parliament’s joint sitting on 14 February, announced by Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser.