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Pakistan to enhance trade ties with Turkey: FM Qureshi

ISLAMABAD -UNS – Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Saturday said that the short and comprehensive.

Talking to media in Islamabad on Saturday, he said that they held useful meetings with the Turkish leadership.

The minister said that Pakistan and Turkey has always cooperated with each other on regional issues, adding that the trade with Istanbul would be enhanced.

“The government will make a roadmap with Turkey in the next five years,” he said and added the two countries have agreed to enhance economic ties.

Qureshi went on to say that the provocative and negative statements of Indian leadership, being given under domestic political compulsions, can jeopardize regional peace, adding that Pakistan is a peace loving country having no aggressive designs against any one.

He said Pakistan wants resolution of all outstanding issues, including Kashmir through peaceful means.

The foreign minister said that Islamabad s desire for peace should not be taken as weakness and any misadventure against Pakistan will be responded in a befitting manner. He said Pakistan has the capability to respond to any aggressive act within no time.

He said that Pakistan is focusing on peace efforts to bring stability to Afghanistan as per desire of the international community. He said Indian propaganda machine may force Pakistan to divert its attention from Afghanistan, which can be disastrous for peace in the region.

He urged the international community to convey the India leadership to refrain from negative propaganda. He said Pakistan wants peace, stability, and progress of the region, which is not possible in a hostile environment.

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