FCCI for improved Pak-Turkey economic ties
FAISALABAD: Pakistan and Turkey are enjoying excellent diplomatic relations since long, which must be translated into economic terms on fast track basis. This was stated by Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) President Chaudhry Muhammad Nawaz while talking to Pak-Turk Businessmen Association former secretary general Nida Yilmaz in his office on Saturday.
He said that Nida Yilmaz was a close friend of Pakistan. “He has played a productive role in bringing the business communities of the two brotherly countries closer to each other,” the FCCI chief said, adding that it was only due to his dedicated and committed efforts that Pakistan and Turkey had launched many joint business ventures.
Both the countries were also exploring the foreign markets for the Turkish as well as Pakistani exporters, he added.
Nida Yilmaz said that he was very much impressed with the friendly sentiments of Pakistani brethren and it was in this context that he had decided to settle in Faisalabad.
He said the decision to set up Pak-Turk School was taken sometime ago and work on this project was expected to be launched very soon. Nida also presented unique mural of Turkish calligraphy. FCCI former vice president Chaudhry Muhammad Asghar and Secretary General Abid Masood were also present on the occasion.