Turkish Nation proved that they can take their destiny in their own hands: Mustafa Yurdakl

Arif Qureshi 

ISLAMABAD: Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) organized an event of 251 plant sapling at Ankara Park, near Lake view chowk Islamabad, to commemorate martyrs and veterans of 15th July 2016.

Ambassador of the Turkey to pakistan, Mr Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul, on the occasion said that four years ago, the Turkish Nation has proved that they can take their destiny in their own hands and Pakistan was the 1st country that stood beside Turkey right after the failed coup attempt.”

Mustafa Yurdakl shared the agony of his countrymen on a coward terrorist attack on innocent Turkish people , which can never be forgotten, said Mayor Sheikh Anser Aziz, he added that terrorists can never undermine or deter the morale and spirit of muslims, come what may .

Mayor Islamabad Sheikh Anser Aziz addressing on the occasion said Relationship with Turkey is more than 200 years old during the 1st world war. Turkey and Pakistan have always supported each other in hard times. I am so pleased to be part of today’s meaningful event organized by Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA).

Ansar Aziz  said Pakistan and Turkey has a history of brotherly relations and as muslims we have over 200 years memories and triumphs to cherish

Mayor Islamabad Sheikh Anser Aziz & Turkish Ambassador in Pakistan Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul, on celebrations of Turkish Democratic day, planted 251 trees in memory of martyred Turkish innocent people on the same date in past 15th July.

Mayor Islamabad further urged to continue Pakistan Turkey cooperation through valuable joint ventures and sister city agreements , which is already in place between Islamabad & Ankara, besides taking up other public facilitation and service delivery projects and healthy environmental friendly activities for a clean & green Islamabad.

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