Turkish President vows to increase Pak-Turk trade to $5bn

President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said that Turkey wants to enhance trade with Pakistan and increase the trade volume to five billion US dollars.

Addressing the Pakistan-Turkey Business and Investment Forum, the Turkish president stated that presently the trade extent between the 2 international locations is below its the real capability.

“After [Turkey’s] President’s address to the Parliament, I can safely say he can win the next election in Pakistan,” the prime minister said.

“I have seen the government benches thumping their desks like they did. but I have never seen the opposition join the thumping and appreciate the speech like it did today.”

“It is a great tribute to you, Mr President. It shows the love and affection you have in Pakistan,” the premier added.

The prime minister maintained that we will do anything to improve the trade relationship with Turkey. “We will be facilitating the business community to invest in joint ventures.”

PM Imran additionally invited Turkish businessmen to put money into Pakistan’s tourism sector. “I have been to turkey as a tourist and Pakistan can learn a lot from it.” “A recent magazine form US considered Pakistan the number 1 vocational spot for tourism, but we lack infrastructure in which Turkey can assist us,” the premiere said.