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Imran Khan wants to learn from Turkish economic experience


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PM Khan during his recent visit to Turkey pledged to learn from Turkish economic boom. While talking to media, after his one-on-one meeting with Turkish President, Tayyip Erdogan, Mr. Khan pledged to enhance economic and strategic ties between the two countries.

PM Khan said, “Our (Pakistan’s) economic team has been studying the housing scheme launched by the Turkish President in which two million houses were constructed.”

Analysts opine that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s foreign policy initiatives will help Pakistan in the long run and have labeled his recent visit to Turkey a landmark success.

While talking about Turkish healthcare policy Mr. Khan said, “Turkey’s health insurance policies are one of the best in the world. We want to convert Pakistan into a welfare state like that of state of Medina. Turkish health insurance policies resonate with our objectives and I am sure we would enhance cooperation with Turkey in health sector.”

He said as Pakistan was undertaking huge connectivity projects under China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), the issue of huge distance impeding Pak-Turkish trade would be resolved. PM Khan is accompanied by Finance and Foreign Ministers among other important members of Prime Minster Khan’s cabinet.

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Prior to landing in the Turkish capital, Imran Khan visited Turkish city of Konya where he visited the tomb of renowned jurists and Islamic scholar Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi and laid a wreath at the grave.

Analysts opine that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s foreign policy initiatives will help Pakistan in the long run and have labeled his recent visit to Turkey a landmark success.

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