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Foreign minister Dar holds talks with Azerbaijan, Turkish ministers

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Islamabad, 21 June 2024 (TDI): Foreign Minister Dar held a telephone conversation with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Jeyhun Bayramov.

He also spoke with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Türkiye, Hakan Fidan, on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Adha to exchange Eid greetings.

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Senator Mohammad Ishaq exchanged Eid greetings with them. In Pakistan and Turkiye, Eid al-Adha was celebrated from 17 June to 19 June. In Azerbaijan, it was celebrated from 16 June to 18 June according to the Georgian calendar.

Dar and Jeyhun discussed the state of bilateral relations and the tremendous potential for collaboration in areas such as trade, investment, energy, and connectivity. According to a Foreign Office press release, they agreed to further enhance mutually beneficial cooperation and advance high-level engagement and dialogue.

The two Ministers reviewed the bilateral relationship between Pakistan and Türkiye. They expressed satisfaction with the robust strategic partnership between the two countries and agreed to further deepen bilateral cooperation and engagement across multiple domains.

During the conversation, they expressed satisfaction with the robust strategic partnership between the two countries and agreed to further deepen bilateral cooperation and engagement across multiple domains.

Additionally, Eid al-Adha, one of the holiest holidays in the Islamic world, begins on the 10th day of Zilhijjah in the Hijri calendar and usually lasts for three days. Traditionally, a sheep, ram, goat, calf, or camel is slaughtered in ceremonies, and the animals must be healthy and slaughtered according to Islamic rules.

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Moreover, the Holy Sacrifice embodies generosity, halal, and compassion. It is a manifestation of love, empathy, and mercy among Muslims. On this holy day, Muslims sacrifice animals to show their devotion to God.

Zamzam Channa
Zamzam Channa
International Relations Graduate (Gold Medal), Author at The Pakistan Today and The Geopolitical Monitor, Former Research Intern at the Center for International Strategic Studies, Sindh (CISSS)

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