Giving additional proof of strengthening ties between Turney and Pakistan, president Recep Tayyip Erdogan introduced on Sunday that his nation has began setting up 4 warships for Pakistan.
Talking at a ceremony to mark the start of the work on the warship, which has been named MILGEM, Erdogan stated: “I hope that Pakistan benefits from the naval warship that was being provided to it by Turkey.”
In accordance with stories, the warship will likely be 99 metres lengthy, may have a displacement capability of two,400 tonnes and can be capable of journey at a velocity of 29 nautical miles. The primary two corvettes will likely be manufactured in Turkey and the opposite two will likely be made in Pakistan by way of know-how switch.
The 4 warships will likely be made by way of a deal signed by the Pakistan Navy in July 2018 for the acquisition of 4 MILGEM-class ships from Turkey.
Together with Erdogan, Pakistan Navy Commander Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi was additionally current on the ceremony on Sunday, the place the duo reduce the primary steel plate of the primary of the 4 MILGEM Ada class.
Erdogan additionally took the chance to fee a brand new ship into the Turkish Navy.
The ties between Pakistan and Turkey have been evidently robust over the previous week. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan introduced a three way partnership between his nation, Turkey and Malaysia, by way of which a joint English channel will likely be launched. The channel will train the world in regards to the historical past of Islam and take away the misconceptions across the faith which can be being propagated by way of Islamophobia.
Pakistan PM took to Twitter to say: “President Erdogan, PM Mahatir and myself had a meeting today in which we decided our 3 countries would jointly start an English language channel dedicated to confronting the challenges posed by Islamophobia and setting the record straight on our great religion – Islam.”
He added, “Misperceptions which bring people together against Muslims would be corrected; issue of blasphemy would be properly contextualized; series and films would be produced on Muslim history to educate/inform our own people and the world; Muslims would be given a dedicated media presence.”