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PM Shehbaz Sharif Left for Turkey to Support and Solidarity

PM Shehbaz Sharif visits Turkey to express solidarity post-earthquake.

“I am leaving for Turkey with a message of unwavering solidarity and support from the people and government of Pakistan for our Turkish brothers and sisters,” PM Shehbaz Sharif said in a tweet.

He continued, “true to the spirit of one nation living in two states,” Pakistan regards Turkey’s loss as its own.

PM Shehbaz was supposed to leave for Ankara on February 7. However, due to bad weather and ongoing relief and rescue operations in Turkey, the trip was canceled at the last minute.

According to sources, the premier was unable to visit earthquake-affected areas because the helicopter was unable to fly due to bad weather. Furthermore, the Turkish leadership was involved in relief efforts.

The prime minister’s visit was rescheduled, and he left for Turkey today.

Read Pakistan Navy paratroopers raise the Turkish flag in support of earthquake victims.

Shehbaz visited the Turkish embassy in Islamabad on Monday to express his condolences to the Turkish people who had lost lives and property as a result of the earthquake.

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Economic Affairs Minister Sardar Ayyaz Sadiq, Law Minister Azam Nazeer Tarrar, SAPM Attaullah Tarrar, and SAPM Tariq Fatemi accompanied him.

The Prime Minister expressed condolences to Turkish Ambassador Mehmet Pecki and prayed for the victims of the deadly earthquake in Turkey. And the relief will continue “until the recovery of the last victim”.

He also emphasized Pakistan’s relief efforts for Turkey’s earthquake victims.
He had written his remarks in a condolence book and thanked the ambassador and the Turkish people for their sympathy and support.

The Turkish ambassador thanked the prime minister and the people of Pakistan, saying they were moved by the outpouring of sympathy and support from the entire Pakistani nation.

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