LAHORE: Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on Friday said that Pakistan-Turkish relations were turning into sustainable economic cooperation during PML-N led government.
The CM expressed these remarks during a meeting with Delegation of Turkish investors who called on him.
The delegation expressed their keen interest for investing in different sectors of Punjab specifically drinking water, waste water treatment and housing sectors.
Talking to the delegation, the CM praised that Turkey had made progress by leaps and bounds in the administration of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Pakistan was enjoying good relations of brotherhood and unconditional support in different sectors.
Shehbaz Sharif said that government was providing appropriate environment for investment and many Turkish companies were already investing in different areas of the country which was a welcoming step.
Punjab government was trying to improve organizational structure of WASA in big cities which was in dire need of revamp which will bring noteworthy enhancement in the working of WASA, he said and added structure and capacity building of WASA would substantially improve its efficiency.
He said short, medium and long term planning was needed to move forward this project in operative basis.
The Turkish delegation at this occasion commended Shehbaz Sharif and said that Punjab had made unprecedented progress under his leadership who has worked efficiently for the welfare of its people and as a result of it Lahore today was a beautiful and prosperous city just like Istanbul.