The Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that the second trilateral meeting of the foreign ministers of Pakistan, Turkey and Azerbaijan would be held on January 13 in Islamabad.
The first round of the tripartite meeting took place in November 2017 in Baku, according to the statement. For the next meeting, the three sides will discuss a number of important issues and the achievement of development goals.
The three countries are ready to discuss “global and regional issues, including new and emerging threats to regional peace and security, COVID-19 epidemics, the challenges facing the environment and climate change, and the goals of economic development.” To achieve. “
The Foreign Ministers will also explore the possibility of deepening trilateral cooperation in all areas of common interest, including peace and security, trade and investment, science and technology, education and cultural cooperation.
It is noteworthy that Pakistan, Azerbaijan and Turkey enjoy close fraternal relations based on common beliefs, values, culture and history.
Meanwhile, according to Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry, Azerbaijani FM Jehon Beramov will arrive in Islamabad on January 13 for a two-day visit.
The visit is being hailed as the first by an Azeri foreign minister since 2010. Bayramov is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Ali during his visit.
In addition, according to the Foreign Office, Turkish FM Melut Kyusoglu will visit Pakistan today. The Foreign Office added that the Turkish official’s visit to Pakistan would help deepen bilateral ties and enhance cooperation in various fields.