- APC postponed due to PM visit to Turkiye
- PM is visiting the earthquake-hit country
- He will be expressing solidarity with the quake victims
ISLAMABAD: The All-Parties Conference (APC) called to combat soaring terrorism in the country has been postponed due to Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif’s visit to earthquake-hit Turkiye.
Federal Information Minister Maryam Aurangzeb in her statement on Twitter said that the APC was postponed due to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s visit to Turkey. “The Prime Minister will leave for Ankara tomorrow morning.”
She said that the PM will depart to express solidarity with the people and government of Turkiye and will express his condolences over the loss of lives and destruction caused by the recent massive earthquake.
“Due to Prime Minister’s visit to Turkey, the APC convened on Thursday, February 9 is being postponed, a new date will be announced in consultation with the allies,” she added.
Earlier yesterday, it was announced by the ministry that the APC will be summoned on February 9 instead of February 7.
However, now the conference has been postponed and no new date was announced.
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