ISLAMABAD (APP) – Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Friday returned home after concluding his three-day official visit to Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan.

During the visit, the Prime Minister held meetings with the leadership of Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan.

Different agreements and Memoranda of Understanding were also signed during the visit.

Before departure for Islamabad, the Prime Minister along with his delegation visited Victory Square, Bishkek today where he was received by Mayer of Bishkek city.

Victory Square was constructed in memory of those Kyrgyz people who lost their lives in world War Two. Around 130 thousand Kyrgyz people had lost their lives in the war.

During his stay in Bishkek, the Prime Minister held meetings with his counterpart and President of Kyrgyzstan and discussed ways and means to enhance cooperation between the two countries in difference fields particularly economy, trade and energy.

A number of agreements including CASA-1000 was signed for strengthening cooperation in different sectors.

Both countries also agreed to enhance cooperation in sectors of energy, tourism and trade.