Nations encouraging terror in their provinces,spread war,human rights violations form togtherness to bring peace ShahMehmoodQureshi speaks of cooperation between the three #countries in trade, transport, and investment.
The second meeting of Trilateral meeting of Pakistan, Azerbaijan and Turkey happening Wednesday in the Foreign Office, Islamabad.
The foreign minister spoke of their discussions on cooperation between the three countries in defence cooperation, trade, investment, and other areas, as well as rail, road, and air links.
Speaking of the peace and stability in the region, which he said all three countries wish.
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Speaking at a joint press conference after the meeting, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi reiterated the brotherly relations of Pakistan with Turkey and Azerbaijan, saying the three countries had resolved to enhance cooperation amongst them.
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The meeting concluded with the signing of an agreement, titled ‘Islamabad Declaration’, which said the three countries were desirous of further deepening cooperation in all areas of mutual interest including political, strategic.
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We threw have serious concerns on the systemic and gross human rights violations and crimes against humanity committed against Muslim minorities, including the rising trend of Islamophobia, and reiterated our resolve to jointly confront this at all relevant fora.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, on the other hand, said his country and Pakistan supported each other.
“Pakistan and Turkey need to increase combined trade volume, [which, at the moment] is only $800 million,” he underscored. “We’re increasing our defense cooperation with Pakistan and we will continue to support and promote security, stability, and prosperity.”
Noting that Turkey supported solving the Kashmir issue as per the United Nations (UN) resolutions, Çavuşoğlu said his country “express(es) heartfelt solidarity with Kashmiris brothers”.
Turkish foreign minister expressed gratitude at being conferred the Hilal-e-Pakistan award, terming receiving it “a sign of brotherhood”.
“We want to increase cooperation in defense and various other fields,” he added.