*ISLAMABAD/ANKARA: **Pakistan PM Imran Khan held important telephonic conversation with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday. *
*Prime Minister Imran Khan telephoned Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday and exchanged views on the latest situation of the region.*
PM Imran Khan told President Erdogan that the Pakistani nation is eagerly waiting to warmly welcome him during his upcoming visit to Pakistan.
The premier assured Erdogan of Pakistan’s firm support to its ally Turkey . During his telephonic conversation, PM Khan told Erdogan that Islamabad is fully aware of Ankara’s concerns over the matter of terrorism.
He reiterated that Pakistan has rendered 70,000 sacrifices in war against terrorism, whereas, the country has also given shelter to three million refugees.
PM Khan further said that he is praying for the success of Turkey’s efforts for establishing peace and harmony in the region.
It may be noted here that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will pay a two days visit to Pakistan commencing from October 23, diplomatic sources said yesterday.
Sources said that the Turkish president will arrive in Pakistan on an official two-day visit. During the visit, President Erdogan will meet the top political and military leadership of the country.