Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is scheduled to land in Islamabad on Thursday to attend the sixth round of the Pakistan-Turkey High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council.
He will visit with a group of Turkish businessmen and top investors and is expected to ink significant trade and investment deals with Pakistan.
On February 14th, the second day of his two-day visit, President Erdogan is scheduled to address a joint session of the parliament.
During the visit, Pakistan also plans to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Khilafat movement of the 1920s. The movement, started in the Indian Subcontinent to support the Ottoman Empire, binds the two brotherly nations.
The two countries are expected to finalize various military cooperation agreements, including military training programs, up-gradation of some law enforcement equipment, and establishment of a joint patrolling force in collaboration with Islamabad Police, according to a statement from the Interior Ministry.