Turkish interior minister arrives in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has arrived in the federal capital on a visit to Pakistan on Monday, Radio Pakistan reported.
As per details, Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Afridi welcomed the distinguished guest upon his arrival.
Sources said the visiting dignitary is expected to meet higher officials of Pakistan.
Pakistan and Turkey share decades-old friendly relations with each other. Moreover, the transcontinental supports Pakistan on various issues, including its stance on the Kashmir dispute.
It is pertinent to note here that on October 27, Kashmir Black Day, the Youth Assembly of Konya’s Selçuklu Municipility and the Embassy of Pakistan jointly organized a seminar and expressed strong solidarity with the oppressed people of the India-Occupied Kashmir.
They also reaffirmed unflinching support for Kashmiris’ democratic right to self-determination.
Parliamentarian Ali Sahin in his keynote speech once more reiterated Turkish support for the Kashmiri people. He noted that Turkey would continue to be in strong solidarity with the oppressed people in any geography including the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir and Palestine.
He said Turkish support would continue not only on the Black Day but also until final resolution of the Jammu & Kashmir dispute.