Turkey will continue its unconditional cooperation with Pakistan.
The chief minister after landing in Turkey called on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul yesterday.
He said that Pakistan is tackling the challenges of terrorism and extremism with unity and collective efforts.
Earlier, CM Shahbaz left for Turkey on Friday morning from Lahore.
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Mrs Rudd said that the threat level will remain at critical, and that it was "good fortune" that the bomb did "so little damage". She said: "I had to do something to keep them entertained and to keep their minds off it - it's obviously pretty scary".
Later, addressing a delegation of Pakistani students at University of Istanbul Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said Punjab government will send more students to Turkey to learn Turkish language. Speaking on the occasion, he said the measures taken by Turkish government in the health sector were exemplary and Punjab government was also trying to learn from Turkish experiences. According to a handout issued here Saturday, while talking to the student, the Chief Minister said the students learning Turkish were ambassadors of Pakistan and they should show through their actions and hard work that Pakistanis were the best nation.
The Turkish leadership has set a unique example of public-service with their performance, he said. While talking at the Lahore Airport, Chief Minister said that the bilateral relations between Pakistan and Turkey have entered the new phase of cooperation and both the countries have consensus of opinion on different regional and global issues. The premier assured that Turkey will cooperate with Pakistan in transport, health, and other sectors.
He said that the ties between both the countries are strengthening with every passing day.
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