Ankara, 5 July 2023 (TDI): The 6th Session of Pakistan-Turkiye Bilateral Political Consultations (BPC) is currently taking place in Ankara, marking another significant step in enhancing the strategic partnership between the two nations.

Leading the delegations are Foreign Secretary, Dr. Asad Majeed Khan from Pakistan, and Deputy Foreign Minister, Burak Akcapar from Turkiye.

Pak-Turkiye bilateral relations

During the consultations, both sides will engage in a comprehensive review of the entire spectrum of bilateral relations.

The discussions will encompass crucial dimensions such as politics, economics, security, social ties, and cultural exchanges.

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The two delegations will evaluate the effectiveness of institutional mechanisms like the High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC) and the Strategic Economic Framework (SEF).

Regional Developments and Cooperation on agenda

Amidst the bilateral discussions, the participants will also focus on the latest developments in the region and explore opportunities for enhanced cooperation at multilateral forums.

This will provide a platform for sharing perspectives and aligning policies on key regional and international issues.

Paving way for Future Collaboration

The ongoing political consultations serve as a foundation for the upcoming HLSCC meeting, which is scheduled to be held in Islamabad.

The enduring relationship between Pakistan and Turkiye is deeply rooted in shared religion, culture, and history, and is further fortified by regular high-level consultations.

These dialogues contribute to strengthening the strategic partnership between the two countries.

Incorporating abiding bonds of religion, culture, and history, the Pakistan-Turkiye relationship remains steadfast, and the 6th Session of BPC reflects the commitment of both nations to further enhance their strategic partnership.