ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will leave for his two-day official trip to Malaysia today (Tuesday).
In his visit he will meet Malaysian counterpart Mahatir Mohammad and bilateral relations will be discussed.
The focus will be put on the economic corporation between the two countries. Delegation comprises of Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry and Prime Minister Adviser Abdul Razaq Dawood.
He is inclined to have briefing on how Malaysia reached development at such faster pace. Discussions will highlight how Pakistan can learn from their experience and their policies towards economic policies.
The visit was scheduled earlier on October 28 but due to busy schedule it was shifted in November.
Prime Minister Pakistan has recently visited Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and China.
Mr. Khan recently visited countries like China, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. It should be noted that in a recent telephonic conversation with Malaysian counterpart Mahatir Mohammad he appreciated his step to uplift economy.
Imran Khan invited Mahatir Mohammad to Pakistan he accepted the invitation and asked him to come Malaysia first.