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PM, Erdogan exchange views on bilateral relation

PM, Erdogan exchange views on bilateral relation
December 17, 2019
GENEVA (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sideline of Global Refugees Forum. During the meeting, both the leaders exchanged the views on bilateral relation and matters of mutual interests. Currently, PM Khan is in Geneva to attend the Global Refugees Forum. Earlier today, addressing the Global Refugee Forum, the prime minister has said that Pakistan hosting three million Afghan refugees despite being a poor country. He also said that India is trying to snatch the rights of over 20 million Muslims through the controversial citizenship law. “The world should pressurize India to stop the emerging crisis in the region. India has besieged eight million in IOK,” he said. He said that India is trying to eliminate Kashmiris. Imran Khan said that Pakistan is trying its level best in the peace process of Afghanistan for dignified repatriation of the Afghan refugees. The premier said that there is need to understand the fact what would happen if India lifts curfew in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK).