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Ambassador of Pakistan in Turkey Muhammad Syrus Sajjad Qazi additionally accompanied the Turkish President on the ground-breaking of the third of the 4 corvettes for the Pakistan Navy. — Photograph courtesy Radio Pakistan
  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses ceremony to launch sensible work on the third ship to be constructed for Pakistan Navy in Istanbul.
  • Erdogan says each Pakistan and Turkey reside in tough geographies and face comparable challenges.
  • Turkey will proceed to assist pleasant and allied international locations within the discipline of defence, Turkish president says

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday mentioned that the defence collaboration for the development of warships is one other milestone in Turkey-Pakistan defence ties.

Addressing the launching the sensible work on the third ship to be constructed for Pakistan Navy in Istanbul, Erdogan mentioned Pakistan is our brotherly nation with whom Turkey enjoys glorious relations.

Ambassador of Pakistan in Turkey Muhammad Syrus Sajjad Qazi additionally accompanied the Turkish President on the ground-breaking of the third of the 4 corvettes for Pakistan Navy.

Photograph: DG Public Relations Pakistan Navy

Learn extra: ‘Pakistan and Turkey are two international locations however one nation,’ says PAF chief

He mentioned each Pakistan and Turkey reside in tough geographies and face comparable challenges.

The Turkish President highlighted that Turkey would proceed to assist pleasant and allied international locations within the discipline of defence.

Photograph: DG Public Relations Pakistan Navy

Whereas referring to his go to to Pakistan final yr, President Erdogan mentioned the 2 international locations signed a Strategic Financial Framework that would supply the required institutional framework to additional improve bilateral ties.

Photograph: DG Public Relations Pakistan Navy

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