Pakistan and Turkey marked a point of interest barrier participation understanding Wednesday under which Turkey will give Pakistan 34 ‘T-37 contender cum preparing air ship and its extra parts on a free premise.’
The assention was marked after the finish of the eleventh Meeting of the Pakistan-Turkey High Level Military Dialog Group (HLMDG) in Ankara.
Pakistan and Turkey signed a landmark defence cooperation agreement
From Pakistan’s side, the assention was marked by Director General Defense Procurement Major General Naveed Ahmed while from the Turkish side, Chief of Logistics Major General Serdar Gulbas marked the records.
A joint dispatch from both Pakistan and Turkey was marked by Defense Secretary Lieutenant General (retd) Muhammad Alam Khattak and Gen Yasar GULER, Deputy Chief of Turkish General Staff.
Resistance Ministry representative Narita Farhan told media that the T-37 is a plane coach light battle airplane and Turkey, on Pakistan’s yearning, augmented an armada of 34 air ship alongside extra parts to Pakistan.
Resistance Secretary Lt. Gen (Retd) Muhammad Alam Khattak amid the visit highlighted Pakistan’s protection ability and its pertinence in the current worldwide situation.
Khattak said both working gatherings did extensive work to audit progress on choices taken in the last HLMDG meeting and additionally choosing the new plan identified with security issues and resistance collaboration.
The secretary barrier communicated yearning to further grow collaboration between the protection commercial enterprises of the two nations, from key to joint endeavor levels.
He said the HLMDG meeting demonstrated exceptionally effective and communicated fulfillment over the unanimity of perspectives on the subjects arranged.