Pakistani PM seeks 'collective research, pooling of resources' with Turkey
(MENAFN) Dealing with common obstacles and emerging dangers, Islamabad and Ankara need to operate via cooperative research as well as pooling of resources, according to Pakistan's premier.
"We believe that Pakistan and Türkiye should work together and deepen their partnership through collective research and joint development and pooling of resources," Shehbaz Sharif informed Anadolu Agency in an exclusive meeting.
Urging two-side ties with Türkiye "exemplary," Sharif stated "These historic relations are grounded firmly in common religious, cultural, and linguistic links and transcend political changes on either side."
2022, the two nations are rejoicing the 75th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties.
During the last 75 years, Sharif stated that, the two nations have always "stood by each other in the face of all changes."
"Pakistan and Turkey support each other on all issues of core national interests -- whether it is Jammu and Kashmir or Northern Cyprus. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Turkey, particularly its leadership, for its principled support on Jammu and Kashmir dispute," he asserted.
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