FM Mehmood Qureshi visit Turkey: ISTANBUL: Foreign Minister (FM) Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Friday has shown up in Istanbul on a two-day main visit to Turkey.
Upon arrival at the Istanbul flight terminal, FM Qureshi was welcomed by Istanbul’s guv, Pakistani envoy and consular office staff.
During his stay, he will take part in a trilateral meeting to be participated in by the Foreign Ministers of Turkey as well as Afghanistan, reported Radio Pakistan.
The 3 foreign ministers will discuss the most recent developments in the Covering peace procedure.
The Shah Mahmood Qureshi will likewise hold bilateral talks with his Turkish equivalent Mevlut Cavusoglu. They will review the entire range of reciprocal relationships and go over prep work for the 7th Session of the High-Level Strategic Collaboration Council, which will certainly be kept in Turkey this year\.
He is likewise expected to meet Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The foreign minister will certainly also interact with the regional and international media in Turkey. Qureshi got to Istanbul today, after ending successful check outs to Iran and UAE.
During his remain in Iran, Islamabad and Tehran had signed a Memorandum of Comprehending (MoU) for the opening of 6 market places at boundary locations of both countries.
The MoU was authorized by Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi and also his Iranian equivalent Javad Zarif.
In another instance, a suspect named Faisal was condemned of having unlawful arms and was punished to imprisonment for 10 years while another suspect, Farhan Shabbir, was sentenced to eight-year-imprisonment under comparable fees.
The Sindh Rangers on March 12, 2015, early morning invaded at the Muttahida Qaumi Motion head office, Nine-Zero, had actually detained several founded guilty and also wanted criminals.
A big amount of arms and ammo, walkie talkies, binoculars and other armed forces equipment used by Nato forces were likewise taken during the operation.
The Rangers speaker in his declaration had claimed that the arms cache recuperated by the paramilitary personnel throughout the operation included LMGs, SMGs, M4 rifles, G3 rifles, Repeaters as well as handguns.
The statement read that the law enforcers were supplied 107 arms licenses, out of which 71 were bona fide, while 36 licenses did not match with recovered weapons.