Pakistan and Turkey have agreed to promote bilateral cooperation in tackling the situation posed by the Coronavirus. According to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Media Office, Prime Minister Imran Khan was telephoned by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Turkish President and Prime Minister congratulated each other on Eid-ul-Fitr. The two leaders agreed to promote bilateral cooperation to deal with the situation caused by the coronavirus. Prime Minister Imran Khan called on the Turkish President to stop the spread of Coronavirus in Pakistan
Informed of the steps to be taken. He thanked President Erdogan for providing medical supplies, which reflects the historic relationship between the two countries in terms of helping each other in difficult times.
Referring to the long-term economic impact of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that a comprehensive integrated strategy for debt relief and reconstruction was needed to alleviate the socio-economic woes. The Prime Minister mentioned his call for a global initiative on debt relief for developing countries aimed at helping developing countries meet their challenges.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also apprised President Erdogan of the dire human rights situation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir, which has doubled due to lockdowns and large-scale military operations. The Prime Minister also apprised them of Pakistan’s concern over Indian measures to change the population ratio in the occupied valley at a time when the world is fighting the Coronavirus.
The Prime Minister also apprised the President of Turkey about the targeting of Muslims in India in the context of Kuwait-19 and said that this should be rejected by the international community. Meanwhile, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, spoke on the phone, in which the two leaders agreed to stop the spread of the coronavirus and promote bilateral cooperation.
The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi congratulated Prime Minister Imran Khan on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr and wished him well. He also expressed condolences to the Prime Minister on the loss of precious lives in the PIA plane crash in Karachi. The two leaders discussed issues related to the globalization of the coronavirus and the possibility of enhancing bilateral cooperation in tackling it.
Prime Minister Imran Khan thanked the Crown Prince for pardoning Pakistani prisoners in the UAE and their timely return to Pakistan and appreciated the UAE’s efforts to stem the spread of the global coronavirus. The Prime Minister also briefed the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi on the latest situation of Coronavirus in Pakistan and the steps being taken by the government to curb its spread.
The Prime Minister emphasized that without comprehensive, integrated, and comprehensive measures for fiscal expansion, there could be serious social, political, and economic implications for the developing world. He also referred to his appeal for global debt relief for developing countries to mitigate the effects of such consequences and get their economies back on their feet.
Referring to the deteriorating human rights situation in Occupied Kashmir, Prime Minister Imran Khan apprised the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi of Pakistan’s concern over the increase in coercion and military crackdown in the Occupied Territories and India’s efforts to change the population structure and proportions in the Occupied Territories. Also informed.
The Prime Minister said that the current law regarding domicile in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is a clear violation of relevant UN Security Council resolutions and international law, including the Fourth Geneva Convention. The Prime Minister issued a statement issued by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and other international organizations.
Appreciated the statements in which deep concern was expressed over the situation in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The Prime Minister also referred to the hatred and prejudice against Muslims living in India in the context of the coronavirus and said that the international community must reject this practice of India. The two leaders agreed to stop the spread of coronavirus and promote bilateral cooperation.