ISLAMABAD (HRNW) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has on Monday departed for Malaysia on a two-day visit to the South East Asian country, Dunya News reported.
He is visiting on the invitation of his Malaysian counterpart Mahathir Mohamad. The prime minister is accompanied by a high-level delegation including cabinet members and senior officials.
Imran Khan on Sunday refused to use Indian airspace for his flight to Malaysia. The premier is travelling through Chinese airspace which has increased his travel time by four hours.
During the visit, the two Prime Ministers would have tête-à-tête, followed by delegation-level talks. They will witness signing of important agreements and MoUs, and have joint press stakeout.