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PPP will protest during Tayyip Erdogan address in Parliament: Bilawal Bhutto

Bilawal Bhutto

Chairman of PPP Bilawal Bhutto said, “We will protest during Tayyip Erdogan address in a joint session of parliament because the opposition is abused by the government.”

Resources said, “PPP has made a plan to influence Turkish President speech in Parliament.”

“Pakistan Peoples Party can potentially create turmoil during Tayyip Erdogan’s address in the National Assembly,” sources added.

In this regard, Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto has also meaningfully threatened that if the government abuses the opposition in the parliament, then matters could get worse even during the speech of the Turkish president.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will arrive in Islamabad today on a two-day visit to Pakistan.

He is visiting on the invitation of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Related: Erdogan arrives in Islamabad today

During the visit, Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Erdogan will have a one-on-one meeting, after which they will co-chair the 6th Session of the Pakistan-Turkey High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council in the joint cabinet format.


At the conclusion of the Session, a Joint Declaration will be signed. A number of important agreements and MoUs are expected to be concluded. The two leaders will have a joint press stakeout.

President Erdogan will separately meet with his counterpart, Dr Arif Alvi. The Turkish President will also address Joint Session of the Parliament.

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Erdogan, Pakistan-Turkey relations have further fortified into an enduring partnership.

The visit of President Erdogan will further deepen the flourishing Pakistan-Turkey strategic partnership.

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