ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that Pakistan has great potential for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and the government was adopting investor's friendly policies. The Prim Minister was talking to Rifat Hisarckliglu, President of Union of Chamber and Commodity Exchange of Turkey, along with a delegation of Turkish Businessmen at the PM House Friday afternoon. The Prime Minister said that Turkey and Pakistan had very cordial relations and the various Turkish companies had invested in various sectors in Pakistan. He said that many Turkish firms had shown their interest in various sectors including the transportation, energy and automobile, which was the manifestation of the confidence they reposed in Pakistani economy. The Prime Minister said that the trade volume between Turkey and Pakistan should be expanded. He said although Pakistan was not the member of road transport union, yet Turkey could assist Pakistan in that regard. The delegation told the Prime Minister that in order to expand the trade links between the two countries, the Turkish investors should be facilitated to frequently travel to Pakistan and for this purpose the airlines of the two countries should enhance the frequency of flights. They offered Pakistani student's admission in various Turkish universities especially the one run by Turkish Chamber of Commerce. The Prime Minister said that the think tank of the two countries must work together to evolve valuable, strong and strategic relationship between the two countries. The Prime Minister directed Ministry of commerce, Board of Investment, Ministry of Finance and other authorities concerned to work on the proposals made by the delegation and make concerted efforts to address all the issues involved on priority basis. Hina Rabbani Khar, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Finance, also attended the meeting. President FPCCI Tanvir Ahmad Sheikh, Federal Secretaries of Commerce, Finance and BOI and other senior government official were also present during the meeting.