Pakistan-Turkey relations are based on mutual trust: Sindh Governor



Pakistan-Turkey relations are based on mutual trust & confidence, common values and religious similarities.

Pakistan always cherishes its cordial relation with Turkey. Exchanges of cultural delegations and people-to-people contact will bring the two fraternal countries closer.

Governor Sindh Imran Ismail said this while addressing a press conference here at Governor’s House here on Wednesday.

A Turkish delegation comprising of actors of drama serial Artugral; and Sohail Hamid Khan Managing Director J. were also present on the occasion. It is pointed out that Cengiz Coskun and Nurettin Sönmez are visiting Karachi as the brand ambassadors of J. (J DOT).

Ismail termed the visit of the delegation a step forward in furtherance of the pursuit of friendship and cooperation between two brotherly countries.

“Pakistan attaches great importance to its relations with Turkey and desires to further strengthen it through people-to-people contact.

The cultural relations are being fostered in order to promote closer friendship and mutual understanding between the people of the two countries,” he added.

He also disclosed that Pakistan and Turkey were jointly working on a film on the life of Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi.

Sohail Hamid Khan Managing Director J. and Almirah hoped that the collaboration would play an important role in augmenting Pakistan-Turkey relations and this was definitely a huge leap in the right direction.

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