Erdogan leaves Pakistan as two-day go to concludes
ISLAMABAD: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan left Pakistan on Friday as his two-day go to to the nation concluded.
The Turkish president had arrived in Pakistan on February 13 alongside together with his spouse and a delegation comprising Turkish businessmen and senior members of the federal government.
During his go to, 12 Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) had been signed between the Turkish and Pakistani governments.
In his tackle to the Pakistani parliament, Erdogan had stated that he was grateful and blissful to have had the chance to handle the joint session of the parliament in Pakistan.
“I am thankful for this opportunity. I am thankful to each of you individually for allowing me to address this joint session of Parliament,” he had stated.
Erdogan additional thanked the Pakistani individuals and management over the nice and cozy welcome he was accorded upon arrival. “It is my pleasure to speak to you. I am thankful to you for giving me the opportunity to address this house.” “While in Pakistan, I feel like I am at home,” he had stated.
“Today, Pakistan and Turkey’s relations are admirable for others. During difficult times, Pakistan has supported Turkey,” Erdogan added. “Our friendship is based on love and respect. Pakistan’s pain is our pain,” the Turkish president remarked.
Speaking in regards to the subject of occupied Kashmir, Erdogan stated that Indian-occupied Kashmir meant to Turkey precisely what it had meant to Pakistan over time. “The relationship between Pakistan and Turkey will continue in the future like it has in the past,” he added.
In his speech, the Turkish president additionally stated that Turkey had supported Pakistan on issues associated to counter terrorism. “We assure Pakistan of Turkey’s support at the Financial Action Task Force,” Erdogan stated.