KARACHI, OCTOBER 28: Sindh Governor Imran Ismail has met Istanbul Mayor Ekrem ğmamoğlu here in Istanbul today. Member Provincial Assembly Sindh Ali Aziz GG was also present on the occasion. The meeting discussed other issues of mutual interest including further strengthening of Pakistan-Turkey relations. A detailed discussion was also held regarding the proper employment of unemployed Pakistanis in Istanbul. They also agreed to make Karachi and Istanbul sister cities. The Governor of Sindh invited the Mayor of Istanbul to visit Karachi, which he gladly accepted.
It was also informed that a 120-kilometer metro is under construction in Istanbul. Governor of Sindh requested to share the report of Metro under construction in Istanbul. The mayor assured to share the report soon. The Governor of Sindh also extended invitation to a team of Turkish experts to visit Karachi for a modern transport system in Karachi in the style of Istanbul Mass Transit System.
The Governor was informed that a summit is being held in Balkan city in the coming month of November in which the Governor of Sindh was specially invited by the Mayor of Istanbul to participate.
Governor Sindh thanked Turkey for its full support to Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir issue at the international level. Governor Sindh also expressed his congratulations and best wishes on the occasion of Turkish National Day being commemorated on October 29.