President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Prime Minister Imran Khan on sunday. Both leaders talks about expeditious evolving circumstances in Afghanistan. A statememt from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said that the top conveyed that Pakistan was extending abettance in the shifting of diplomatic perssonnel and other international organisations in Kabul, as reguested. PM said that the ongoing situation will considered tomorrow at National Security committee.
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Further, Prime Minister Imran reaffirmed Pakistan’s resolve to resume efforts in support of a political solution in Afghanistan. According to Tayyip Erdogan, Pakistan has a responsibility to bring peace and strength to Afghanistan.
Erdogan also assured Turkey would keep striving to bring peace to the country and to the area. We need to boost our cooperation with Pakistan, Erdogan said. Together, both countries work to promote peace and prevent a new refugee crisis. The Turkish President said we could go in any direction for success.