Tuesday , May 26 2020

PM Khan urges Turkish businessmen to invest in Pakistan

Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan talked to the Turkish investors and told that that Pakistan has range of sectors and opportunities for investment which could favour Turkish businesses. 

Imran Khan addressed to the Business Community in Ankara, Turkey and expressed that PTI government is fully focused on creating massive opportunities for foreign investors and steps ware being taken to make investment process easier in Pakistan.

He highlighted some of his government’s projects and said that we are working on establishing special economic zones with the help of China and foreign entities will get befit from it immensely.

He added that Pakistan has lots of tourist attractions, scenic beauties, coastal areas, shores and several of the world’s tallest mountains, he said.

“We are further working to boost tourism, religious and casual alike, in the country”, he said.

Prime Minister mentioned that we are among those countries that have huge YOUTH population and it can be skilled to regulate economy.

PM Khan also exchanged views on bilateral issues with Ms Ruhsar Pekjan. Minister for Foreign Affairs Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister for Finance Asad Umar, Minister for Planning Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtyar were also present during the meeting with the investors in Ankara.

Prime Minister said that two countries share friendly bond and have lot more in common than religion, culture and social norms.

He urged the business community to come and invest in Pakistan.



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