Pakistan, Turkey agree to jointly combat coronavirus
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Turkey have agreed to work together and reinforce each other’s efforts in the fight against COVID-19.
An agreement to this effect was reached during a telephonic conversation between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Turkesh President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The prime minister offered condolences to the people and the government of Turkey over the loss of precious human lives as a result of COVID-19.
He reaffirmed Pakistan’s abiding support and solidarity with Turkey, including Ankara’s efforts to combat the pandemic.
The PM Imran also conveyed thanks for facilitation of stranded Pakistanis by Turkish authorities in the aftermath of discontinuation of flight operations.
Meanwhile, Imran has conveyed his best wishes and prayers for the earliest recovery and good health of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
In his letter to PM Boris Johnson, Imran Khan underscored the importance of Pakistan and UK working together to overcome the formidable challenges posed by COVID-19 and building a safer world.