Overseas Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif met with Turkish management in Ankara on Tuesday as a part of his tour to regional powers within the aftermath of the United States’ new policy announcement on Afghanistan and South Asia.
Asif, in conferences with Turkish President Recip Tayyep Erdogan, Prime Minister Benali Yildirim and Overseas Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu mentioned relations between the 2 nations and “mutual coordination on regional peace, safety and connectivity,” a press release launched by the Overseas Workplace stated.
Asif “reaffirmed Pakistan’s robust want for additional strengthening strategic partnership between the 2 nations by way of elevated cooperation in political, financial, defence and other people-to-individuals ties” in his assembly with Erdogan, the FO stated.
“Erdogan reiterated Turkey’s unflinching dedication to broaden and increase brotherly relations between the 2 nations,” the assertion stated.
The 2 leaders asserted that “lasting peace in Afghanistan was essential for stability within the area” and vowed to proceed working collectively “for peace and stability in Afghanistan”.
Asif and the Turkish prime minister of their assembly “recalled the essential work accomplished underneath the High0-Degree Strategic Cooperation Council (HLSCC),” and resolved “to take measures to impart additional impetus to this bilateral strategic discussion board.”
Each nations’ overseas ministers agreed that there isn’t any army answer to the battle in Afghanistan, and harassed the necessity for regional powers to work for an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace course of, the FO stated.
Asif “thanked Turkey for its principled help to the simply wrestle of the Kashmiri individuals for his or her proper to self-willpower,” the FO handout learn.
The leaders additionally shared deep concern for the atrocities dedicated towards Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Asif paid visits to China and Iran previous to his arrival in Turkey, with the give attention to the necessity for a political answer to the Afghan drawback.
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