Imran khan Visits turkey after becoming PM
PM Khan went to Konya where he visited the tomb of renowned scholar Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi and laid a wreath at the grave.
Prime Minister Imran Khan Imran Khan, who made a trip to Turkey on a two-day official visit, said it was high time that Pakistan and Turkey took their respective exchange to an abnormal state, referring to Pakistan’s optimal geo-vital area and its enormous potential for interest in the framework and the travel industry.
He said as Pakistan was embraced tremendous network extends added to China’s Repertoire and Road Initiative (BRI), the issue of gigantic separation obstructing Pak-Turkish exchange would be settled.
Tending to joint newsgathering with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on Friday, Imran Khan said Pakistan needs to gain from Turkey’s involvement in lodging, wellbeing, and training divisions to assist everyday citizens.
Preceding arriving in the Turkish capital, Imran Khan visited Turkish city of Konya where he visited the tomb of prestigious legal scholars and Islamic researcher Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi and laid a wreath at the grave.