Pakistan-Turkey Enjoy Exemplary Ties; President Erdogan – Research Snipers

Pakistan-Turkey Enjoy Exemplary Ties; President Erdogan

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Pakistan-Turkey enjoy exemplary ties, as said by the President Erdogan.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan—the Turkish President and the Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi together cut the first metal plate of the first of the 4 MILGEM Ada class corvette at a graceful ceremony on Sunday in Istanbul.

While addressing the guests at the ceremony, the Turkish president referred to the brotherly ties of Pakistan and Turkey as exemplary adding that there exists great potential for collaboration in the defense production field.

He said referring to the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir that the world needs to be aware of the sufferings of the people of Kashmir who are in continuous braving curfew and blockade since the 5th of August.

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Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi in his inaugural speech referred to the project as another testimony of the brotherhood of Pakistan and Turkey. He updated the guests regarding the latest situation in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan would be visiting Pakistan on the 24th of October along with a delegation, consisting of businessmen and traders.

According to the diplomatic sources, the foreign ministries of Pakistan and Turkey are working on the visit details. The schedule of the tour would be finalized in the first week of October.

Earlier to the visit of the President Erdogan, the Foreign Minister—Shah Mehmood Qureshi would be leaving for a 2-day visit to Turkey on the 20th of October.

Confirmation regarding the visit of the Turkish President was given in a meeting with the Prime Minister Imran Khan on the sidelines of the 74th session of the UNGA.

During the meeting, both PM Khan and the President Erdogan discussed the overall situation of the region and exchanged views on the occupied Kashmir situation.

Matters pertaining to bilateral ties and mutual interest were also discussed.

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