Turkish President to visit Pakistan next week: Foreign Office

Turkish President to visit Pakistan next week: Foreign Office

Turkish President to visit Pakistan next week: Foreign Office
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office spokesperson has said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Pakistan next week, Pakistan has taken the case of Jammu and Kashmir on all forums of the world.

According to details, Foreign Office spokeswoman Ayesha Farooqi said during a weekly briefing that India had taken illegal action in occupied Kashmir, lockdown in occupied Kashmir since 186 days. Kashmiris are also denied their basic rights.

The spokesperson said that occupied Kashmir has become the largest military zone in the world. On the last day, Kashmiris demanded the right of self-determination. The curfew was imposed on the same day on August 5, six months ago in occupied Kashmir. Pakistan took the case of Jammu and Kashmir to all forums around the world.

She said that the President, Prime Minister and Foreign Minister yesterday condemned the Indian atrocities and occupation, Foreign Minister said that India violated the Constitution and international laws. Pakistan has repeatedly spoken to India on the ceasefire.

The Foreign Office spokesperson said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had visited Malaysia on a two-day visit. Prime Minister Imran Khan and Mahathir Muhammad met. Both the leaders discussed the Strategic Partnership. During the visit to Malaysia both the countries also condemned the Indian atrocities in Kashmir.

She said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Pakistan next week, we have brotherly relations with Turkey. The issue of dual citizenship is being discussed in Pakistan and Turkey. As soon as a conclusion is reached, the details will be revealed.

Ayesha Farooqi said that Pakistan and Turkey have always supported each other during difficult times, relations will be further strengthened with the Turkish President's visit to Pakistan.

The spokesperson added that the focus is on the services of the consulters, the effort is not to get the public to face difficulties in obtaining a visa. Pakistanis are trying to make it easy for any country to go.

she said that the Pakistani embassy in China has been in touch with the citizens of the Coronavirus, aware of the latest situation and is investigating the situation. The Chinese government has taken the best measures to deal with the virus.

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