Strategic Economic Framework of Pakistan-Turkey Approves Cabinet
Islamabad: The federal government authorized on Tuesday the creation of a Pak-Turkish Strategic Economic Framework; a senior commission with the objective to strengthen the financial relationship with Turkey. Reported media source.
The decision was taken at a conference presided over by Imran Khan, Prime Minister (PM).
The Committee will consist of nine joint operating parties, which are established to supervise different economic industries, according to accounts.
More than 70 actionable products, including the technology transfer, Defence cooperation, trading agreement, and technology transfer, have now been included in the committee framework.
The choice to set up the commission was adopted during Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's trip to Turkey in January.
Regarding this growth, Prime Minister Special Assistant Firdous Ashiq Awan indicated that the move was intended to reinforce Pakistan's relations with Turkey and reinforce cooperation between the two parties.