Islamabad: The Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said during a meeting with the prime minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, that Turkey completely supports Pakistan’s stance on the Kashmir issue.
He also expressed his concerns over the volatile situation on the Line of Control, the Turkish president said during a joint press conference with prime minister Nawaz Sharif that he had talked in detail about the Kashmir issue and this matter can not be ignored and that Turkey totally supports Pakistan’s point of view.
He further said both India and Pakistan to solve this issue with negotiations and Turkey supports the immediate solution of the Kashmir issue. He said Pakistan has always supported Turkey in difficult times and we will never ignore Pakistan.
The Turkish president also signed multiple contracts with Pakistan at this moment.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that we want better relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan, whereas we will eliminate terrorism and we are hopeful that anti Turkish terrorist organisation would also not find any safety in Pakistan.
The government of Pakistan has ordered almost a 100 Turkish teachers working at the 28 ParkTurk schools, the teachers have been given a week to leave the country with their families. The Turkish government has accused these teachers for having ties with Fateh Ullah Gulen.
The prime minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif said that the relationship between Pakistan and Turkey is unique and we want to further develop these relations, whereas in these tough times Pakistan and Turkey will come even closer.
He further said we should increase trade and investment between Pakistan and Turkey and we want to have a free trade agreement by the end of 2017.
Prime minister Nawaz Sharif also said Pakistan condemns the failed coup attempt by the military and the Turkish nation has made history by showing courage for democracy, he also praised Turkey’s support for Pakistan’s inclusion in the NSG.