The Foreign Ministers of Pakistan, Turkey and Azerbaijan will hold the second Pak-Turkish-Azerbaijani Tripartite Meeting in Islamabad on Wednesday to discuss global and regional issues, including new and emerging threats to regional peace and security.
The three sides will also explore possibilities to further deepen trilateral cooperation in all areas of common interest, including peace and security, trade and investment, science and technology, education and cultural cooperation, according to a Foreign Office statement.
Pakistan, Azerbaijan and Turkey enjoy close brotherly relations based on common beliefs, values, culture and history. “Mutual trust and understanding are deeply ingrained,” the statement said. The first round of the tripartite meeting took place in Baku in November 2017.
The meeting in Islamabad will discuss global and regional issues, including new and emerging threats to regional peace and security, coping with the challenges posed by Code 19 epidemics, the environment and climate change, and economic development goals. Other issues will be discussed, including the acquisition of.
Meanwhile, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jehon Bermov will arrive in Islamabad on a two-day visit on Wednesday, according to the Foreign Office. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu will also visit Islamabad from January 12-14, it was said on Monday.
During their stay in Pakistan, the Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan and Turkey will also hold talks with Foreign Minister Qureshi for a meeting with President Dr. Arif Alawi and Prime Minister Imran Khan. The Azeri foreign minister will pay his first visit to Pakistan in a decade.