ISLAMABAD : British Prime Minister David Cameron is likely to visit Pakistan on Saturday (today), sources said on Friday. Although sources in the Foreign Office as well as British High Commission remained tight lipped to confirm the visit most probably for security reasons, informed sources said that the British PM during his stay would hold wide-ranging talks with Pakistani leadership. He will hold talks with Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on bilateral relations as well as the regional situation with particular reference to the Afghan reconciliation process.Prime Minister Cameron would also call on President Asif Ali Zardari, besides meeting business leaders to discuss new avenues of bilateral cooperation for enhancing trade and investment.