Shah Mehmood Qureshi—the foreign minister of Pakistan said that Turkey has shown concerns over the increased tensions between Pakistan and India and has assured Pakistan of full cooperation in the pace of Indian aggression.
FM Qureshi informed that the Turkish foreign minister—Mevlut Cavusoglu during their telephonic conversation on Wednesday has assured that Turkey also declared to oppose if the Indian external affairs minister was provided a chance to speak at the upcoming Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting which is scheduled in Abu Dhabi.
Turkey has announced to stand united with Pakistan and its people, as informed by FM Qureshi.
Qureshi said that the UN secretary general had also called and while expressing concern over the present situation in Pakistan, assured of playing his role in whatever capacity and manner he could.
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The foreign minister told the United Nation’s secretary general that the violation of Indian aircraft was a political need of the Modi administration. He added that the Indian PM is trying to fool his country and the opposition for covering up his political failures.
He also said that the government of Modi is causing damages to the regional peace.
Yesterday, Pakistan Air Force shot down 2 Indian planes. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said a MiG 21 was shot down and its pilot went missing.
The action came following the PAF strikes across Line of Control from within the airspace of Pakistan. The strikes were a response to the Indian misadventures from Tuesday when the Indian military aircraft violated the LoC as they entered from the Muzaffarabad division.
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