ISLAMABAD: The International Office on Thursday stated the upcoming visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan – earlier scheduled for October 23 – has been postponed.
“Pakistan and Turkey have deep brotherly ties and each the nations preserve common management stage contacts. The scheduled visit of the Turkish president has been postponed in the meanwhile and will probably be rescheduled,” stated FO Spokesperson Dr Faisal whereas addressing to a weekly information briefing in Islamabad.
He stated Turkey remained a sufferer of terrorism for a very long time and we have to recognise its reliable safety issues within the area. “Prime Minister Imran Khan has referred to as the Turkish President and reiterated Pakistan’s help and solidarity with Turkey.”
Turkey has come growing worldwide strain after launching a army operation towards the US-aligned Kurdish militia. The US imposed sanctions on Ankara and main European nations condemned the Turkish transfer and banned the sale of weapons to the NATO member.
Erdogan’s journey was aimed toward extending full help to Pakistan’s stance on the problem of Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK).
His go to was postponed amid deteriorating ties between Ankara and america.
The FO spokesperson additionally reacted strongly to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s threats to cease the stream of water to Pakistan.
“Any try by India to divert the stream of Western rivers will likely be thought of an act of aggression and it has the fitting to reply,” he confused.
‘Pakistan has unique rights on the waters of three western rivers underneath the Indus Water Treaty.”
Dr Faisal stated such assertion from the Indian management indicators that the Modi authorities was bent upon making India an irresponsible aggressor state the place there no regards for human rights and worldwide obligations.
“The world should realise that the extremist Indian authorities is a menace to peace in South Asia and the world.”
‘India is trapped’
Condemning blatant human rights violations within the Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK), the FO spokesperson stated, ‘The humanitarian nightmare in Kashmir is worsening with continued army lockdown and full communications blockade. This danger lives of individuals there.”
He stated India, in a state of panic and within the face of worldwide criticism, was falsely making an attempt to assert normalcy in IOK.
“The August 5 transfer of the Indian authorities,” Dr Faisal stated, “has pushed India into the blind alley from the place it’s unable to discover a manner out.”
Answering a query concerning the verdict within the Ayodhya land dispute case to be introduced by the Indian Supreme Court docket on November 17, Dr Faisal stated, “Babari mosque difficulty is delicate however we hope that the choice will come as per the need of the Muslims of India.”
He stated minorities in Indian ought to get their due rights.
About Kartarpur hall, the FO spokesperson stated, “Pakistan has nearly accomplished work on the hall.”
In the meantime, Dr declined to touch upon the matter of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) saying, “the ministry of finance ought to higher touch upon it.”