ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will depart for Turkey in the present day (Thursday) to attend a particular summit of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summoned within the wake of Palestinians’ killings by Israeli forces in Gaza and different cities.
On Tuesday, Ankara urged Islamic nations to evaluate their ties with Israel, asserting a rare summit.
Overseas Workplace Spokesperson, Dr Muhammad Faisal confirmed in the course of the weekly information briefing in Islamabad that PM Abbasi will probably be visiting Turkey on the invitation of his counterpart Binali Yildirim.
He mentioned Pakistan believes in a two-state answer of the Palestine dispute and in accordance with the UN resolutions, and that the whole Muslim world is united over this subject.
Earlier, Pakistan has expressed full help for any transfer of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation to focus on the plight of the Palestinians, moreover deploring the UN Safety Council failure to slam brutalities of Israeli forces alongside Gaza border.
Pakistan expressed grave considerations over the shifting of the US embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, a transfer that mounted stress within the area inflicting the loss of life of greater than 60 Palestinians in Israeli forces’ firing alongside Gaza border.