PM Imran Khan. PHOTO: Anadolu Agency. ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said diplomatic efforts have brought down tension in the Middle East following the recent US-Iran conflict. “We feel we played our part in bringing down tensions and we have averted war,” Imran said during his interview with Anadolu Agency on Thursday evening. But things are still tense and need some more efforts for a permanent solution, he warned. Speaking about his country’s relations with Turkey, Imran said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to visit Islamabad in the middle of February and hoped this visit would further strengthen the brotherly relationship between Islamabad and Ankara. Imran Khan, 67, has completed a one-and-half year in office. In a wide-ranging interview with Anadolu Agency, he discusses challenges and opportunities. Relations with Turkey Q: Pakistan’s relation with Turkey has a long history even we know subcontinent Muslims had sent a letter to celebrate the conquest of Istanbul in 1453. This relation and partnership are growing every day. In which areas the two countries can work together and what are the priorities? PM Imran: First of all, people in Pakistan had this relationship with Turkey, which goes back to the Khilafat movement, which started… Read full this story
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