PM Imran phones Erdogan, Mahathir about Kashmir situation


Staff Reporter


Turkey’s President Turkish Recep Tayyib Erdogan assured on Monday Pakistan of Turkey’s support on the developing situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir. “President Erdogan shared the concerns on the developing situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir and assured of port in this regard,” a statement issued by the PM House said.
PM Imran told the Turkish president that India’s illegal actions to modify the special status of occupied Kashmir would have serious implications for regional peace and security.
He reiterated that Pakistan would continue its diplomatic, moral and political support to the just cause of Kashmiri struggle for their right to self-determination, as enshrined in the United Nations Security Co.uncil resolutions.

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