Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif met face-to-face and had delegation-level discussions in Istanbul.
Both parties reviewed their bilateral relations during the discussions, putting special emphasis on their continuous collaboration in a range of areas including commerce and investment, defense cooperation, education, connectivity, and health.
In order to fully utilize the enormous untapped potential between the two nations, the two sides reaffirmed their resolve to bring the bilateral trade volume to $5 billion within three years.
The Trade in Goods Agreement, which the two nations signed in August of this year, will be implemented, according to the president’s agreement.
The Prime Minister emphasized the need to look for ways to further cooperation, notably in the field of renewable energy.