Prime Minister Imran Khan is set to visit Malaysia in the third week of November, Express News reported late Thursday night.
He will hold high-level talks with his Malaysian counterpart Mahatir Mohammad.
Talks between the two sides will be held with a Pakistani delegation of cabinet members also accompanying the premier.
Recently, PM Imran returned from a five-day visit where he received a record financial aid package from Beijing.
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On October 18, the leaders of the two countries had a telephonic conversation in which they both agreed to benefit from each other’s expertise and collaborate in various fields.
During the conversation with Mahathir, also stressed the importance of close friendly ties and the need for bilateral exchanges between the two countries.
PM Imran had praised Mahathir’s vision for Malaysia’s steady economic progress and his victory in the recent general elections.
In reciprocation, the Malaysian prime minister had also congratulated his Pakistani counterpart on taking office after PTI’s victory in the July 25th general elections.
Both prime ministers also extended an invitation to each other to visit their respective states to which the two leaders showed agreement.
(This news/article originally appeared in The Express Tribune on November 9th, 2018)