List of twin towns and sister cities in Pakistan

Following is a list of sister cities and twin towns of Pakistani cities.

Lahore

Following international cities have been declared twin towns and sister cities of Lahore.

Karachi

Following international cities have been declared twin towns and sister cities of Karachi.

Islamabad

Sargodha

Faisalabad

Hyderabad

Peshawar

Multan

Mirpur

Skardu

Gilgit

Gawadar

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Rahim Yar Khan

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