PM contacts Turkish President to discuss important matters
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan telephoned Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and expressed sorrow over the loss of precious lives in the earthquake.
According to the details, PM Imran Khan telephoned the Turkish President and the two leaders discussed the terrorist attack on a madrassa in Pakistan as well. Moreover, the Prime Minister prayed for speedy recovery of the victims of the natural calamity.
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The two leaders expressed concern over the rising tide of Islamophobia in Europe on which PM Khan said that the growing trend of hatred and extremism against Muslims must be stopped.
Imran Khan said that the Pakistani people share in the grief of the Turkish brothers and sisters and stand with the Turkish people in this hour of need. Turkey provided full support to Pakistan in the 2005 earthquake and in this hour of grief, we offer all possible assistance to Turkey.
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The Prime Minister said that the leaders of the Muslim Ummah should explain the love of Muslims to the Holy Prophet (PBUH). There are laws related to the Holocaust in the West and they must respect the feelings of Muslims around the world.
He said that aggressive measures should be refrained from under the guise of freedom of expression. The two leaders agreed to meet at the Foreign Minister level. The foreign ministers of the two countries will consult on efforts to tackle Islamophobia.
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