Pakistan & Turkey Planning to Provide Dual Nationality to Citizens of Both Countries

Pakistan & Turkey are considering a plan to make it very easier to provide dual nationality for both countries’ citizens, through this step both countries will have a significant increase in relations.

Yesterday, which a plan was revealed came to light during a meeting between Pakistan’s interior Minister Ijaz Ahmad Shah & Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul.

According to a recent report, the Turkish ambassador on behalf of his government proposed that both the countries Pakistan & Turkey must sign an agreement regarding to provide dual nationality to the citizens of both countries.

It added: “In response to this, the minister said that the draft is under consideration and the ministry of foreign affairs is on board with us, we hope to reach a mutual conclusion soon,”

Ijaz Ahmad Shah also welcomed the mutual training programmers and upgrading of equipment of law enforcement agencies with Turkey.

They said: “The interior minister welcomed with an initiative of introducing a patrolling force in collaboration with Islamabad police on the model of Dolphin force introduced in Lahore,”

Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul & Ijaz Ahmad Shah also mutually agreed on the continuity of the training programmers being held to improve the capacity of the workforce.

Turkish ambassador also informed the minister that the president of Turkey was scheduled to visit Pakistan soon.

The statement said that in February, Suleyman Soylu Turkish interior minister is also expected to visit Pakistan and will meet Ijaz Ahmad Shah to discuss bilateral matters.

“If citizens of both Pakistan and Turkey were able to attain citizenship and dual passports of each others’ countries, it would mark the largest bilateral move in both of the young nations’ history and would add significantly to their already-strong relations. Earlier this month, Pakistan extended time to Turkey to deliver domestically-made T129 attack helicopters, which were delayed due to the sanctions the US imposed on Turkey. In May last year, Pakistan also added Turkey to its visa-free travel list, making strives in tourism and business between the two.”

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