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The 64th Independence Day of Pakistan was commemorated with the recitation from the Holy Qura’an followed by unfurling the national flag by the Ambassador of Pakistan Mr. Tariq Azizuddin on the tune of National Anthem in the presence of the Pakistani community and Embassy officials. The messages of President and Prime Minister of Pakistan were read out by him to the participants.
ANKARA, August 4: The Embassy of Pakistan in Ankara conveys the appeal of the Government of Pakistan to the brotherly people of Turkey and Pakistani expatriates to donate in cash or kind to help affectees of the worst floods in Pakistan’s history. Over 1500 people have lost their lives, while another 3 million persons are directly affected in northwest Pakistan.
ANKARA, 29 July 2010: H.E. Mr. Yalcin Topcu, Chairman, Great Union Party of the Republic of Turkey today visited Pakistan’s Embassy in Ankara and condoled over the tragic incident of air crash incident in Islamabad where 152 p eople lost their lives.
ANKARA, 21 July 2010: Prof. Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad today joined as Scholar, Urdu Chair, Ankara University, Turkey. Dr. Mushtaq is a Ph.D. in Urdu fiction and has to his credit more than 50 research articles that have been published in internationally recognized journals. His arrival in Ankara will provide a boost for the promotion of Urdu language and literary activities in Turkey.
ANKARA, 16 July 2010: To counter drug trafficking and curb the menace of organized crime, international cooperation and best trained manpower are two essential components. Pakistan’s Ambassador to Turkey, H.E. Mr. Tariq Azizuddin said this at Turkish International Academy Against Drugs & Organized Crime (TADOC), Ankara, at the concluding ceremony of two week training course attended by 19 senior government officials from Pakistani law enforcement agencies (LEAs) here today.
ANKARA, July 15: Pakistani Defence Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar, who is leading a defence delegation to Turkey, visited today Turkish defence organizations including Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) and ASELSAN in Ankara. Possibilities of local production, co-production, and transfer of technology for defence related products according to needs of the two countries were discussed during the visit.
akistan support Turkey’s stance of immediate compensation to the victims of Mavi Marmara who were brutally killed by Israleli army on 31 May and has demanded an apology from Israel on the incident. Pakistani Defence Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar said this here today in a meeting with Turkish Minister for National Defence Mr. Vecdi Gonul. Both the Ministers discussed joint defence production projects including capacity building and technology up-gradation of Pakistan Ordnance Factories, air defence, and naval combat system projects. They hoped to start projects in modernization of F-16 aircrafts.
urkish President H.E. Mr. Abdullah Gul has stressed upon the need of initiating joint defence production projects between Pakistan and Turkey. He expressed these views in a meeting with a Pakistani defence delegation led by Pakistan’s Defence Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar who called on him on Tuesday evening.
Turkish President H.E. Mr. Abdullah Gul during a meeting with General Tariq Majid, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of Pakistan on Monday evening lauded the sacrifices rendered by Pakistani nation and its Armed Forces in their fight against terror.
ISTANBUL, 9 June 2010: Turkey will support Pakistan’s candidacy for non-permanent seat of UN Security Council. Turkey also offered support and preparatory work on next Friends of Democratic Pakistan (FoDP) Ministerial meeting to be held in Brussels in October this year. Turkish President H.E. Abdullah Gül said this to Foreign Minister of Pakistan Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi who met the President at Istanbul today.
Both the Houses of Pakistani Parliament on Thursday unanimously passed an identical resolution to condemn Israel’s naked aggression and attack on Freedom Flotilla. The resolution read as under: “This House strongly condemns the naked act of aggression and state terrorism by the Israeli Government against the Freedom Flotilla carrying relief goods to the valiant Palestinian people, which constitutes a blatant violation of international law and human rights and is in fact, a crime against humanity.
Pakistani President Mr. Asif Ali Zardari Tuesday evening had a telephonic conversation with his Turkish counterpart Mr. Abdullah Gül. Mr. Zardari expressed deep condolences over the tragic incident and the loss of precious lives on board Turkish flagged ship that was assaulted by Israeli commandos. The President said Pakistan strongly condemns the use of brazen force by Israel against a humanitarian mission and the killing of members of the humanitarian mission was a brutal and inhuman act which constituted flagrant violation of international law and norms.
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