RAWALPINDI (Monitoring desk): Newly deployed Turkish-ambassador to Pakistan Ishan Mustafa Yurdakul called on Army Chief of General Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday, according to a statement from Inter-services Public Relations.
Turkish-ambassador, during the meeting, discussed regional security issues along with other matters of mutual interest.
The two appreciated the outstanding mutual terms between the countries avowing to further enhance cordial relations between Pakistan and Turkey, added ISPR.
Turkish-ambassador Yurdakul, during his visit, also acknowledged and appreciated Pakistan Army’s contributions for peace and stability in the region.
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Turkey to support Pakistan in health sector
ANKARA: The mutual cooperation between Pakistan and Turkey in health sector is rapidly growing as both the countries expressed satisfaction at the fast paced partnership in the area.
Turkish Health Minister Dr. Ahmet Demircan said Turkey would continue to support Pakistan in bringing improvements in the health sector. He assured technical support and technology transfer for health reforms in Pakistan, said a message received here on Tuesday.
A delegation of the health sector led by Minister for Primary & Secondary Healthcare of Punjab Khawaja Imran Nazir met the Minister for Health of Turkey Dr Ahmet Demircan. Ambassador of Pakistan to Turkey Syrus Sajjad Qazi and senior officials of the Punjab Government were also present during the meeting.
The Pakistani delegation is visiting Turkey to learn from its successful experience in health sector reforms, particularly the pharmaceutical sector management.
After the meeting, the two Ministers addressed a joint press conference. Minister Khawaja Imran Nazir in his remarks said that the multidimensional brotherly Pakistan-Turkey relations had witnessed exponential growth in the health sector in the last two years.
Expressing satisfaction at the growing Pakistan-Turkey collaboration, Khawaja Imran Nazir thanked the Turkish leadership for their support and observed that Turkish technical support would help reinforce health reform initiatives in Pakistan.