ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said that the upcoming visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been postponed and it will be rescheduled.
Dr Mohammad Faisal was giving a weekly briefing where he told media that Pakistan and Turkey have deep brotherly ties and both countries maintain regular leadership level contacts.
He added that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Pakistan has been postponed and it will be rescheduled.
“The prime minister called the Turkish President and reiterated Pakistan’s support and solidarity with Turkey,” Dr Faisal said. “Pakistan continues to support the territorial integrity of Syria and hopes a political solution to the Syrian conflict will be reached at the earliest.”
Reacting to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement about threatening to stop the flow of water to Pakistan, the spokesperson said any attempt by India to divert the flow of western rivers will be considered an act of aggression and it has the right to respond.
“Pakistan has exclusive rights on the waters of three western rivers under the Indus Water Treaty,” Dr Faisal said.