By Duygu Yener
ANKARA (AA) - Health Minister Ahmet Demircan said Tuesday Turkey could share its experience in the health sector with Pakistan.
Speaking at a news conference following a meeting with a Pakistani delegation led by the provincial minister for primary and secondary health in Punjab, Khawaja Imran Nazir, Demircan said: "We have determined that there are areas of cooperation in the health sector, including the exchange of experience and joint production of technology, between Turkey and Pakistan."
Demircan said Pakistan and Turkey supported each other in every situation.
He added that both countries could also cooperate in the field of drug manufacturing and hospital systems.
Nazir stressed the long history of relations between Turkey and Pakistan, adding "This love and respect between the two countries will continue forever".