Pakistan and Turkey

Pakistan and Turkey Decided To Work Together To Combat Human Trafficking

Pakistan and Turkey agreed on Thursday to improve coordination in preventing illegal immigration and human trafficking from Pakistan to Turkey, as well as prosecuting those involved in such heinous acts.

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah spoke on the phone with Turkish counterpart Suleyman Soylu. They discussed ways to strengthen bilateral relations as well as other issues of mutual interest.

Our common goal, according to the ministers, is to prevent illegal immigration and human trafficking. They also discussed establishing a hotline between the FIA and the Turkish immigration agency to combat human trafficking.

During the conversation, Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu congratulates Rana Sanaullah on his new position.

According to Rana Sanaullah, Turkey is our best friend and a brotherly Islamic country. He added that Turkey had always aided Pakistan in its most difficult times.

According to the interior minister, the two countries have excellent economic, cultural, and business ties. He also stated that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s recent visit to Turkey with his delegation would have far-reaching consequences.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and his delegation thanked Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and the Turkish government for their warm hospitality.

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah stated that Pakistan recognizes Turkey’s firm stance on human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had a very useful meeting during their recent visit, according to Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman. He stated that this visit would help to expand and strengthen bilateral relations.

According to Turkey’s Interior Minister, relations between Pakistan and Turkey are based on mutual love, brotherhood, and trust. He also praised Pakistan for its efforts to combat illegal immigration and human trafficking.

He stated that better institutional coordination between the two countries will allow this illegal activity to be avoided. Rana Sanaullah extended an invitation to his Turkish counterpart to visit Pakistan. Suleyman, the Turkish Interior Minister, accepted the invitation and thanked Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah.

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