Pakistan and Turkey to deepen bilateral cooperation in Agriculture sector


Pakistan’s Ambassador to Turkey Sohail Mahmood referred to as on Turkish Minister of Meals, Agriculture and Livestock Mr. Mehmet Mehdi Eker at his workplace in Ankara.

Ambassador Sohail Mahmood famous the progress being made on ongoing Pakistan-Turkey initiatives within the agriculture sector and highlighted the prospects for enhanced, mutually-beneficial collaboration in numerous fields.

Particularly, he famous the chances within the areas of seed improvement, livestock, agro-based industries, and meals processing. Ambassador Sohail Mahmood additionally underlined the significance of normal exchanges of consultants and teachers in associated fields to accentuate cooperation within the agreed areas.

Minister Mehdi Eker warmly welcomed Ambassador Mahmood on his task in Turkey and reaffirmed his help for the efforts to deepen mutual collaboration in agriculture and livestock sectors. Minister Eker added that the 2nd Assembly of the Agricultural Steering Committee, established below the “Protocol on Agricultural Cooperation” signed in 2004, to be held in Ankara on 16 April 2015, could be instrumental in selling bilateral cooperation within the desired route.

It was agreed to keep up shut contact to follow-up on the selections taken on the 4th Excessive Stage Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC) in Islamabad in February 2015, as a part of joint endeavors to construct a robust financial partnership.

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