Pakistan Army Chief Visits To Turkey For Official Visit
Chief of Army Staff General Asim Munir’s official visit to Turkey focused on strengthening military ties.
During the visit, General Munir held meetings with senior Turkish officials.
The Turkish leadership acknowledged Pakistan Army’s support in the aftermath of an earthquake in Turkey.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) highlighted Chief of Army Staff General Asim Munir’s commitment to strengthening military cooperation and training collaboration between Pakistan and Turkey. General Munir emphasized the need for enhancing defense relationships during his official visit to Turkey, where he engaged in discussions with senior Turkish officials.
During his meetings in the Republic of Türkiye, General Munir expressed the Pakistan Army’s readiness to provide comprehensive support to the Turkish Land Forces across various domains. This visit forms a vital part of the ongoing high-level reciprocal visits between the two friendly nations, aimed at further solidifying their longstanding diplomatic and military bonds, as noted in an ISPR news release.
Throughout his visit, the Army Chief held meetings with President of Türkiye Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as well as the foreign and defense ministers, Commander of the Turkish General Staff, and leaders of the Turkish land and air forces. In these interactions, General Munir placed significant emphasis on bolstering defense collaboration and fostering training cooperation between the two countries.
Furthermore, he commended the Turkish Military for its unwavering dedication to upholding peace and stability in the region, while also acknowledging their high standards of operational readiness.