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Turkey again Alpa Kashmir raga in UN, met PM Modi in Samarkand

Erdogan on Friday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.

PM Modi and Erdogan’s meeting.

Turkish President Rajab Tayyip Erdogan has once again sung the Kashmir melody. On Tuesday, during his address to the United Nations General Assembly, once again raised the issue of Kashmir. close to pakistan erdoan India and Pakistan, even after establishing their sovereignty and independence 75 years ago, have not been able to maintain peace and solidarity between each other, said during the General Assembly discussions.

President Erdogan had made statements about Kashmir many times before. Strongly opposing it on behalf of India, it was made clear that this is an internal matter of India. No country has the right to interfere. Erdoan said that it is very unfortunate. We hope and wish for lasting peace and prosperity in Kashmir.

PM Modi met in Samarkand

Erdogan made the remarks after he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in the Uzbekistan city of Samarkand on Friday. During the meeting in Samarkand, they reviewed bilateral relations and discussed ways to deepen cooperation in various fields.

Tension in Indo-Turkey relations

In recent years, Erdoan has referred to the Kashmir issue while addressing high-level sessions of the UN General Assembly, which has led to tensions in relations between India and Turkey. India has in the past termed his remarks as completely unacceptable. India has been saying that Turkey should learn to respect the sovereignty of other countries and reflect this more deeply in its policies.

Turkey is not agreeing

Tarki has been giving statements on the Kashmir issue time and again. India has given instructions many times to this country which is close to Pakistan. This has created tension in relations between India and Turkey. India has in the past strongly objected to Erdogan’s rhetoric, terming it completely unacceptable. India has been saying that Turkey should learn to respect the sovereignty of other countries and reflect this more deeply in its policies. PM Modi has not visited Turkey till date. The biggest reason for this is that the government here is repeatedly giving provocative statements.

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