Turkey keen to have faculty exchange with Pakistan: envoy

Islamabad (Diplomatic Desk) Academic synergies between institutions of Pakistan and Turkey would boost people to people relations and bring both nations further closer for the mutual benefit of both the countries, said Turkey’s new ambassador to Pakistan, Sadik Babur Girgin.

Sadik Babur stated this during his visit to National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Islamabad, where he met Rector NUML Maj Gen (R) Masood Hasan, Director General (DG) Brig Azam Jamal to discuss different issues of mutual interest.

Pakistan‚ Turkey to further intensify strategic partnership

Islamabad (Staff Reporter) The first round of Annual Bilateral Political Consultations between Pakistan and Turkey within the framework of the High Level Strategic Cooperation Council was held in Islamabad Thursday.Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz and Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu of Turkey led their delegations, a Foreign Ministry statement said Thursday evening.According to the statement, the discussions encompassed a whole range of bilateral‚ regional and international issues.

Pakistan, Turkey agree to intensify cooperation in diverse fields

ANKARA (APP) Pakistan and Turkey Tuesday agreed to intensify cooperation in diverse fields, including trade, energy, infrastructure development, security, education, culture and science and technology as well as enhanced efforts for peace in the region.Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, while addressing a joint press conference with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan here after co-chairing the 3rd High Level Cooperation Council (HLCC) meeting, termed the meeting “very productive” and said that “there was unanimity of views” between the two sides on various issues of bilateral a

Pakistan to learn from Turkish experience: Nawaz Sharif meets with Turkish delegation

Islamabad ( Staff Reporter+DNA )Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said Pakistan needs to learn from Turkey's rich experience in construction and housing sectors.Talking to a delegation of Turkish construction company‚ the Prime Minister said Pakistan will learn from Turkey's rich experience in construction and housing sectors.

Nawaz Sharif said Pakistan and Turkey have built six hundred thousand low-cost housing units for the middle income groups during the last ten years.

Turkish protest do not resemble Arab spring

ISLAMABAD (Staff Reporter+DNA) Turkish protests do not resemble Arab spring but they do speak of peoples conscious for democratic system which is more inclusive to dissenting voices, said speakers at a lecture organized by Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) here on Wednesday.

The special lecture titled “Turkish spring, Iranian winter?” was delivered by Raza Naeem, a Research Fellow at the Graduate Institute of Development Studies at Lahore School of Economics.

Art Awards held at Ankara Turkey-Pakistan relations to be enhance in all fields – Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister

ANKARA, 13 May 2013: In order to further promote understanding between Turkey and Pakistan, the Embassy of Pakistan in Turkey in collaboration with Ankara National Education Directorate organized an art competition titled “Chughtai Art Award.” Named after the renowned Pakistani artist Abdul Rahman Chughtai, this was the third consecutive year of holding of this competition.

IDEF 2013 İstanbul’da Pakistan Standı Öne Çıkıyor

İSTANBUL, 10 Mayıs 2013: 7- 10 Mayıs tarihleri arasında İstanbul’da gerçekleşmekte olan 11.ci Uluslararası Savunma Sanayi Sanayii Fuarı (IDEF) çok sayıda ziyaretçinin ve potansiyel alıcının dikkatini çekmeye devam ediyor. Pakistan’a ait standlar ise fuar genelinde en çok ve sıklıkla ziyaret edilenlerin başında geliyor.

Turkey assures technical and financial support for Construction of Kuuram Tangi Dam and D.I.Khan Airport

Islamabad: 16 April 2013 { Political Reporter } Turkey is ready to provide financial and technical support for the construction of Kurram Tangi Dam and D.I.Khan Air Port, Turkey will also support democratic process for which timely and transparent elections are must.

Pak - Turk International Air Exercise Indus Viper-II concludes

ISLAMABAD 17 MARCH, 2013 { Defense Reporter } International Air Exercise Indus Viper-II conducted between PAF and Turkish Air Force (TuAF) concluded at an operational Air Base of Pakistan Air Force today. Maj Gen Ares Mehmat, Chief of Operations, TuAF was the chief guest at the culmination ceremony. Air Marshal Waseem ud Din, Deputy Chief of the Air Staff (Operations), PAF and HE Mr M Babur Hizlan, the Ambassador of Turkey, were also present at the occasion.

PKK should declare a ceasefire against Turkish security forces. Abdullah Öcalan

ANKARA; 4 February 2013}- A visit by three Kurdish lawmakers to the island of İmralı on Saturday to meet with the jailed leader of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), Abdullah Öcalan, has signaled strengthened hopes for ending the decades-long terrorism problem in the country, yet experts are not sure if the talks will yield positive fruits in the short run.

Saturday's visit came as part of ongoing "peace talks" between state authorities and the PKK that the state believes may lead to a timetable for the withdrawal of PKK terrorists from Turkey and their eventual disarmament.


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