The Turkish Foreign Minister-Mevlut Cavusoglu has agreed with the CM Sindh-Syed Murad Ali Shah asking for exploring the investment opportunities in the various projects in Sindh and work with the government of Sindh on schemes of urban transport and waste management.
As per the shared details, the foreign minister consented to the request at the inauguration of the Turkish Consulate’s new building in Clifton, where the CM went down memory lane, calling to mind long-standing ties between Pakistan and Turkey.
Addressing the ceremony, the CM said Pakistan’s relationship with Turkey predated the Independence.
Then, sharing an example from history, he added, “Muslims living under the British rule considered the sultan of the Ottoman Empire their caliph and led the Khilafat Movement to collect donations for and support their Turkish brethren in their struggle for independence.”
The CM also stated that Pakistan and Turkey had experienced similar struggles for democracy and that both countries not just have strong diplomatic ties, but also deep economic, religious, cultural, and military relations.
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