Erdogan, Modi to hold talks today; NSG bid, Kashmir issues to be on the discussion table
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, the two powerful and charismatic leaders of the modern era, are set to meet today in the national capital, Delhi, and are likely to discuss several sensitive issues ranging from the NSG bid issue to the Kashmir issue. The Turkish supremo, who is a dictatorial leader and have recently acquired his people’s support to his dictatorial style of rule through a controversial referendum, and his wife, Emine Erdogan, have reached India last day. The Turkish leader is, said to be, possessing a pro-Pakistan stand in the top issues like the NSG bid and Kashmir disturbance. While talking to an International media house, the Arab dictator has asserted that his country would not allow any more casualties to occur in Kashmir, insisting that the issue would be resolved through the productive multilateral talks. The leader is also, said to be, in favor of the India’s NSG bid, but he is, said to be, having an opinion that Pakistan also has equal rights to get into the prestigious Nuclear Supply Group forum as that of India. Recently, India has offered its support to Cyprus, which is in an unfriendly relation with Turkey over some territorial issues between those two countries. It is not clear whether India’s support to Cyprus has irked Turkey and whether it has prompted the European Arab powerhouse to take a pro-Pakistan.
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