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Turkey to continue supporting Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir: Erdogan

ISLAMABAD/ANKARA: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has assured the Pakistani authorities of Turkey’s full assist to the Islamabad’s stance on Kashmir, ARY Information reported on Saturday.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has telephoned President Dr Arif Alvi the place they exchanged greeting on Eidul Azha pageant.

President Alvi instructed his Turkish counterpart that Eidul Azha is being celebrated around the globe amid numerous challenges together with coronavirus pandemic. He praised the function of Turkey in world combat towards the pandemic.

Alvi additionally highlighted the deteriorated state of affairs of Kashmiris within the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK) and points to the Muslims dwelling their lives amid excessive worry in India.

Learn: Turkish President Erdogan telephones PM Imran Khan, extends greeting on Eid

He mentioned that the Indian authorities has continued its aggressive strikes in IOJK for nearly one yr. The occupation forces continued their atrocities in Palestine and Kashmir amid coronavirus disaster.

President Erdogan mentioned that Turkey and Pakistan have joint stances over the issues associated to Kashmir dispute and Ankara will proceed its full assist to Islamabad.

In the course of the telephonic dialog, President Dr Arif Alvi additionally invited his Turkish counterpart to go to Pakistan after the elimination of coronavirus pandemic.

Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan telephoned Prime Minister Imran Khan and prolonged greeting on the event of Eidul Azha pageant.

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