Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reached Pakistan yesterday (Feb 13) on a two day official visit. Prime Minister Imran Khan received the President on Noor Khan Airbase.
Ahead of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s arrival to the Pakistani capital Islamabad for his two-day official visit, “#Marhaba Erdogan” has become a top Twitter trend on Thursday in the country.
According to the details, Also #WelcomeErdoganToPakistan remained a top trend on the microblogging and social networking platforms in the country.
Honoured to Had a Joint session of Parliament of Pakistan in the Honour of H.E Receb Tayeb Erdogan 🇹🇷#ErdoganInPakistan #MarhabaErdogan#PakistanParliament #WelcomeErdoganToPakistan@Mustafa_MFA @AliSahin501 @PakTurkey @PakTrade_Turkey @Tika_Turkey @trtworld @TC_icisleri pic.twitter.com/iwjiNs2ZP0
— M REHAN TAHIR (@mrehantahir) February 14, 2020
Maleeha Lodhi, Pakistan’s former envoy to the UN, in her welcoming message on Twitter said: “As Pakistan prepares to welcome President Erdogan of Turkey to Islamabad, this #Throwback is to Sept 2019 when we organised a high level dialogue on Hate Speech, with Turkey as co host, on the sidelines of UNGA where both leaders spoke out on Islamophobia.”
— Mah Noor Bhatti (@mah_noor_bhatti) February 13, 2020
A Twitter user Waqar Ali referred to Turkey’s support to Pakistan on Kashmir said: “How can we forget the love and friendship of @RTErdogan when he stood with Pakistan about the issue of Kashmir. Love you turkey Love you Erdogan.”
Dear President @RTErdogan We welcome you to Pakistan
You are our most precious, most respected and trusted friend and brother
Pakistani Nation is whole heatedly Waiting for you sir. Marhaba Erdogan#WelcomeErdoganToPakistan pic.twitter.com/4Evm6tXJjI pic.twitter.com/huWLVaBuLO
— عرفان سمیع (@IrfanSa63935182) February 13, 2020
“There is no denying that the relationship between Turkey and Pakistan is like between two blood brothers. It is pure and free from greed and interest,” said Sami Ullah, another Pakistani who posted a photo of Erdogan and Imran Khan on Twitter.
— ZainMasood 🇵🇰 (@ZainMasood111) February 13, 2020
— Attshan Ali Abbasi (@AttshanAliAbbas) February 14, 2020
Pakistani artists are also busy paying tributes to Erdogan. Some have painted life-size portraits of Erdogan.
— Atta ur Rehman Khan (@BaZabaanEAtta) February 13, 2020
Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan Mustafa Yurdakul thanked to Pakistani social media users for making Erdogan’s visit a top trend.
Trendy 👌 pic.twitter.com/8ZnLPULfOw
— 🇹🇷 Mustafa Yurdakul /مصطفی (@Mustafa_MFA) February 13, 2020
Earlier today, Prime Minister Imran Khan and President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressed a joint press conference in Islamabad.
According to the details, the press conference held after the two countries signed memorandums of understandings (MoUs) for cooperation in various areas.
During the press conference Prime Minister Imran felicitated President of Turkey Erdogan for speaking up to raise the Kashmir issue.