Islamabad, January 25, 2018 (PPI-OT):Pakistan and Turkey have mutually agreed on extending their bilateral relations and to work collectively in the field of aviation particularly for the betterment of Pakistan International Airlines. Different matters relating to mutual cooperation in different sectors came under discussion in a meeting between Advisor to Prime Minister on Aviation Sardar Mehtab Ahmad Khan and Ambassador of Turkey in Pakistan Mr. Mustafa Yurdakul here in Islamabad on Thursday. Senior officials of aviation division were also present on this occasion.
Turkish Ambassador in Pakistan Mr. Mustafa Yurdakul appreciated the steps taken by the incumbent government particularly the efforts and contribution made by Sardar Mahtab in order to restructuring Pakistan International Airlines and for the betterment of Aviation sector in Pakistan. Prime Minister’s Adviser on Aviation said that we are focusing on strengthening regional cooperation and bilateral relations to ensure the prosperity and sustainable peace not only in Pakistan but in the whole region. He added that Pakistan and Turkey are brother countries and our friendship will last forever.
We are enthusiastic to collaborate on different projects with Turkey to further promote this relation and to collaborate in aviation sector particularly for the betterment of different departments of PIA including IT and enhancement of engineering setup. Turkish Ambassador assured the Adviser that the existing cooperation in the aviation sector between the two countries will continues. He said that we are ready to work closely to provide further assistance to the Pakistan in the aviation sector. Sardar Mehtab Ahmad thanked the Ambassador and expressed that Pakistan and Turkey have very strong bond and added that both countries are embracing strong relations with every passing day.
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