Tayyip Erdogan is grateful to Pakistan for this act
ISLAMABAD - President Erdogan had accepted PM Imran’s invitation to visit Pakistan and vowed to bring many potential investors from his country along with him.
The one-to-one meeting between the two leaders, which was initially scheduled to last 30 minutes, lasted for two and a half hours.
Turkish president also expressed his pleasure over the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s decision of declaring Pak-Turk Education Foundation – a group backed by Fethullah Gulen – a banned outfit.
The apex court had ordered to hand over custody of all 28 Pak-Turk schools in Pakistan to the Turkiye Maarif Foundation (TMF) last month.
President Erdogan also said that transfer of Pak-Turk schools to the TMF is a great example of strong relationships between the two countries, adding that the Turkish leader also thanked the people and government of Pakistan for that gesture.