Rejecting Indian unfounded concerns, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan assures full support to Pakistan over Occupied Kashmir conflict yet again
ISLAMABAD - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country will continue support for the resolution of Kashmir issue according to aspirations of Kashmiri people and the relevant UN resolutions.
He was talking to Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser during a meeting on the sidelines of third Regional Speakers Conference in Istanbul.
The Turkish President termed the revocation of Articles 370 and 35-A by India as illegal and immoral act. He demanded an end to the curfew and oppression in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
President Erdogan underscored the importance of brotherly and friendly relations between Turkey and Pakistan.
He said Prime Minister Imran Khan in his address at the UN General Assembly represented Muslim Ummah and Kashmiri people in real sense.
Erdogan said all religions reject terrorism and extremism and linking these to any specific religion is condemnable.
Speaker National Assembly said Pakistan and Turkey are intertwined in unprecedented relation of religion, fraternity, history and culture. He said Pakistan is proud of its exemplary friendship with Turkey.
Asad Qaiser said both countries stand shoulder to shoulder in times of difficulty.
Appreciating the address of Turkish President in the UN General Assembly, Asad Qaiser said Tayyip Erdogan highlighted the Kashmir issue and challenges confronted by Muslim Ummah in an effective manner.
He emphasized the need for unity and harmony among the Muslim countries to resolve the issues faced by Ummah.
Asad Qaiser also hailed the decision of establishment of TV channel for countering Islamophobia and to highlight the true identity of Islam by Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia.
He said Turkey has a clear and unequivocal stance on Kashmir issue.
He urged the international community to play its role in lifting the curfew and ending the barbarism of Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir.