Geneva: Various issues were discussed during a meeting between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo ۔an.
According to a statement from the Prime Minister's Media Office, the two leaders met at a sideline on the first International Forum on Refugees in Geneva.
During the meeting, various issues were discussed between the two leaders.
The Prime Minister highlighted the importance of the Sixth Meeting of the High Level Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC), which will be held in Islamabad next year, with both leaders being the co-chairmen.
Imran Khan strongly praised Turkey's dynamic role in the issue in Jammu and Kashmir with strong support and Islamic Cooperation Organization (OIC) contact group.
The Prime Minister also praised Turkey's measures for hosting the largest number of refugees in the world and highlighted the need for the international community to support asylum-hosting countries.
The statement said that the two leaders also discussed important regional and international issues and expressed satisfaction over the shared views of the two countries on important issues.
It should be noted that Prime Minister Imran Khan is in Geneva, Switzerland, in connection with the launch of the first international refugee forum.
Addressing the forum, he said that the wealthy country cannot understand the problems of the helpless and the refugee refugees, the situation has to be eliminated from the world by which people become refugees.
The Prime Minister appealed to the United Nations and the international community to take notice of the situation in occupied Kashmir and the passage of the controversial citizenship bill in India, saying that the world should know that a major refugee crisis is taking place in India from August 5. 80 million people in occupied Kashmir are deprived; deliberately trying to convert Muslim majority to minority