"The Kashmir issue can be resolved not through conflict or oppression but on the basis of justice and fairness".
"We have never forgotten and will never forget the help, which the Pakistani people extended, by sharing their own bread during our War of Independence".
"Our government will do everything to increase our trade relationship with Turkey", he said, adding that the country is looking to collaborate with Turkey in fields such as tourism, IT, mining, and agriculture.
Moreover, while recounting his engagements, Mr.Erdogan said that yesterday he met President Arif Alvi and today he addressed the joint session of parliament in Pakistan and now he had addressed the Pakistan-Turkey Business and Investment Forum.
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On Pakistan's improvement in the "Ease of Doing Business" rankings, Erdoğan said: "The country is taking important steps in facilitating the business environment under the leadership of my brother, [Prime Minister] Imran". "Despite all the pressure, I assure you Turkey's unflinching support at the FATF", he said.
Speaking about the issue of occupied Kashmir, the Turkish president said that Indian-occupied Kashmir meant to Turkey exactly what it had meant to Pakistan over the years. "We assure Pakistan of Turkey's support at the Financial Action Task Force", Erdogan said. "The 210 million people of Pakistan and 8.3 million Turkish people will stand shoulder-by-shoulder in achieving their common goal of strong bilateral economic ties", he added.
"They have suffered for decades", Erdogan, who is on a two-day trip to Pakistan, said in a speech aired live by all state-run and private TV stations in Pakistan.
Apart from Turkey, Malaysia has also been a vocal critic of New Delhi over its decision to revoke the special status of Kashmir. Erdogan also "appreciated" Pakistan's "positive contributions to the peace process in Afghanistan".
Erdogan said he had arrived along with a high-powered delegation to participate in the sixth meeting of Pak-Turk High Level Strategic Cooperation Council with heavy agenda on strengthening business relations and other areas. National anthems of two countries were also played on the occasion.