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    Turkey to continue supporting Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir, Erdogan tells President Alvi
    Web Desk On Aug 2, 2020 Last updated Aug 2, 2020


    ISLAMABAD/ANKARA: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has assured the Pakistani government of Turkey’s complete support to the Islamabad’s stance on Kashmir, ARY News reported on Saturday.

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has telephoned President Dr Arif Alvi where they exchanged greeting on Eidul Azha festival.

    President Alvi told his Turkish counterpart that Eidul Azha is being celebrated around the world amid various challenges including coronavirus pandemic. He praised the role of Turkey in global fight against the pandemic.

    Alvi also highlighted the deteriorated situation of Kashmiris in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK) and issues to the Muslims living their lives amid extreme fear in India.

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

    He said that the Indian government has continued its aggressive moves in IOJK for almost one year. The occupation forces continued their atrocities in Palestine and Kashmir amid coronavirus crisis.

    President Erdogan said that Turkey and Pakistan have joint stances over the matters related to Kashmir dispute and Ankara will continue its complete support to Islamabad.

    During the telephonic conversation, President Dr Arif Alvi also invited his Turkish counterpart to visit Pakistan after the elimination of coronavirus pandemic.

    Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan telephoned Prime Minister Imran Khan and extended greeting on the occasion of Eidul Azha festival.

    https://arynews.tv/en/president-arif-alvi-erdogan-turkey-kashmir-coronavirus/
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    no problem , once malayasia was also there . they are out .
     
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    The Turkish government prioritizes this issue too much.

    State channels are constantly trying to raise awareness in English, German and Turkish. NGOs or deputies close to Akp are constantly holding panels and conferences about Jammu-Keshmir issues. Look at TRT and AA sources, there is mentioned to the Kashmir issue almost every day. At least an article about the subject are publishing every week.

    Of course, this is a good thing. We share the sensitivity of Pakistan and the harmonization of our foreign policies starts from here. However, while raising voice so much about this, the Turkish people with nationalistic sensivities geting anger day by day because of silence on other crucial issues. You can guess what I'm talking about. Both have Nazizm practices, but the ears only hear one.
     
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    will see...and when did malaysia pull the plug?
     
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    Indian dreams :rofl:
    :pakistan::cheers::turkey::cheers::china:
     
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