Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has postponed his visit to Pakistan which was scheduled in October.
According to details, Foreign Office has been informed about the change in schedule in Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Pakistan.
Sources said that the Turk president was scheduled to visit Pakistan on a two day visit on 23-24 of this month, along with Turkish foreign minister and a delegation, comprising businessmen and traders. New dates of the visit will be announced later.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Pakistan is postponed following the military operation in Syria.
Erdogan was scheduled to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan, President Arif Alvi, Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser and Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjarani.
Turk president was invited to discuss expansion in the projects of mutual interests and to sign the MoUs.
According to the sources, the launch of an English language TV channel to defeat Islamophobia and removing “misperceptions” about Islam was also to be finalized.
Imran Khan invited Erdogan to visit Pakistan on the sidelines of 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
On October 14, Turkey moved ahead with its military operation against Kurdish fighters in northeast Syria leaving killed 14 militants.
Turkish defense military claimed that they have captured the key strategic highway of Syria against Kurdish fighters.
Turkish forces took control over 35 kilometers of the northern Syrian M-4 highway.