Islamabad, Turkey – “Relations between Turkey and Pakistan are unprecedented, but are envied throughout the world,” said Maj. Gen. Mujahid Anwar Khan, commander of the Pakistani Air Forces.

General Mujahid Anwar Khan, commander of the Pakistani Air Forces, made remarkable statements about relations between Turkey and his country.

“In fact, we are two countries, one nation., “he said.

Noting that Turkey and Pakistan act together in all areas of life in the context of political, military and communication between peoples, Khan said that relations have been developing since history.

Khan noted that the two countries, brother and friend, do not only share common cultural and religious ties, but also have common interests and interests.

“Relations between Turkey and Pakistan are unprecedented, but are envied throughout the world.”this should be passed down from generation to generation,” he said.

Khan stressed that Pakistan is on Turkey’s side in the context of the Cyprus issue, other security tests related to Syria and Iraq, and the fight against terrorism.

Khan noted that it is important to continue cooperation between the two countries to overcome these tests, noting that the PKK and Daesh are clear threats, and Pakistan is also fighting similar tests on its borders.

According to him, Turkey and Pakistan have a common vision for ensuring stability, peace and prosperity in the region and especially for Muslim countries, Khan said that Turkey’s support for Azerbaijan is also a clear indicator of this.

“I welcome the increased cooperation between Turkey and Pakistan in the field of Defence. We have established an exemplary relationship.”in this context, high-level visits between the two countries continue efficiently,” he said.

Noting that Turkey has made significant progress in defense industry production, Khan said that in this context, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) produced by Turkey have played a key role in Azerbaijan’s success in Karabakh.

In a similar way, Pakistan has made significant improvements in its defense industry, and the two countries should continue to cooperate in this area, Khan said.

“Military cooperation needs to be built on economic cooperation,” Khan said, noting that both countries have different defense capabilities. Joint projects, exercises, production, training, and technology sharing stand out as areas of joint cooperation between the two countries in the field of defense.”he shared his knowledge.


Han noted that there have been changes in the world order and a shift has begun from the unipolar order to the multipolar order, which also brings with it new tests.

Khan noted that economic concerns around the world precede moral values; the situations in Palestine, Kashmir and Azerbaijan clearly show this.

“President (Recep Tayyip) Erdogan, your Foreign Minister (Mevlut Cavusoglu) and your Parliament President (Mustafa Shentop) have raised the issue of Kashmir, which has become an important test and security threat in the region and risks affecting a wider area, on international platforms, and we are grateful for this.” said.

Noting that Pakistan had “extended a hand of peace” to India, but this was rejected by New Delhi, Khan said that essentially Pakistan wanted to pursue friendly relations with neighboring countries.

Khan noted that Indian “proxy organizations (proxies)” are active in Afghanistan, they are trying to destabilize the country and are responsible for some terrorist attacks.

Referring to India’s airstrike on Pakistan in 2019, Khan said: “it was a big mistake. (Indian Prime Minister Narendra) Modi did it to achieve a political purpose. The territorial integrity of the neighbouring country was not respected, it was the cause of war and we needed to respond. Our response was strong and clear.”he made his assessment.

Khan stressed that India must learn lessons from this incident.

As for regional dynamics, Khan said that relations with China, which has become a world power and an economic giant, are very good, and the two countries support each other, from politics to military.

Khan stated that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project will bring peace, prosperity and stability to the region as an economic and trade project.

As for the developments in Afghanistan, Khan noted that Pakistan supports the peace process and is hopeful that it will turn out positively, despite all the tests.

“It is in Pakistan’s interest to build a stable Afghanistan.”he made his assessment.