ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan’s schedule for the visit to Malaysia is over, ARY News reported Monday, citing sources.
Prime Minister Imran Khan and a high-level delegation are expected to visit Malaysia on February 3.
The sources said that, during his visit, the Prime Minister will meet with his Malyas counterpart, Mahathir Mohamed, to discuss important issues.
The meeting will discuss issues related to bilateral relations, trade and investment.
Earlier on December 16, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Malaysia was postponed where he was invited to attend the Kuala Lumpur Summit on December 18.
Sources said the schedule of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Malaysia was not finalized due to the emergence of reservations from some countries.
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Later, the prime minister would have spoken by telephone with his Malaysian counterpart, Mahathir Mohamed, to inform him of the decision not to attend KL Summit.
He had informed the President of Malaysia about the recent development undertaken by Pakistan by refraining from participating in the Malaysia Summit.
The sources also revealed that the Malaysian government had also issued an official statement on the matter, verifying the news.