Zardari Holds Telephonic Conversation with Erdoğan

Islamabad, The Gulf Observer: On Sunday, President Asif Ali Zardari engaged in a productive telephonic conversation with his Turkish counterpart, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, focusing on strengthening bilateral ties between Pakistan and Turkey.

In a statement released following the conversation, it was highlighted that President Zardari and President Erdoğan discussed matters of mutual interest, emphasizing the need to further enhance bilateral relations across various fields.

During the call, President Zardari extended warm felicitations to President Erdoğan on the occasion of the forthcoming Eid-ul-Fitr, which is anticipated to occur on April 10 (Wednesday).

Additionally, President Zardari extended a cordial invitation to President Erdoğan, inviting him to visit Pakistan at his earliest convenience. This invitation underscores the commitment of both nations to deepen cooperation and collaboration in areas of common interest.

President Zardari also conveyed his sincere best wishes to President Erdoğan and the people of Turkey, reaffirming the enduring bonds of friendship and solidarity between Pakistan and Turkey.

The telephonic conversation between the two leaders signifies the ongoing commitment to strengthen and expand the multifaceted partnership between Pakistan and Turkey, promoting mutual prosperity and regional stability.

For further updates and developments on bilateral relations between Pakistan and Turkey, both nations remain steadfast in their shared pursuit of advancing cooperation and understanding.