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The Turkish Premier announced that Turkey would send five million dollars’ worth of Turkish made arms and ammunition to Pakistan under the terms of an existing trade agreement. Though Turkey could not respond to favorably to Pakistan’s appeal for Jet aircraft , presumably because the US would have objected to the transfer of material which she had given , Turkey decided to ‘use all national possibilities , to aid Pakistan with guns and ammunition. Large numbers of Turks volunteered to fight against India and a number of Nurses flew to Pakistan and served there (Burke, 1973). Pakistan was deeply touched by the Turkey’s sympathetic attitude and President Ayub visited Turkey in December 1965 and met president Cemal Gursal. He expressed his deep gratiture to the Turkish President Gursal for the moral and material support of Turkish government provided to Pakistan during Indo-Pak war of 1965 and he also briefed him regarding the latest Indo-Pak situation. Turkey’s support for Pakistan’s efforts to seek a Kashmir solution continued to be expressed after the war ended and in all subsequent visits exchanged between the heads of state of the two countries, turkey reiterated its steadfast support to Pakistan on the Kashmir question. In October 1966, The Turkish Foreign Minister made an impassioned plea before the UN General Assembly for an early solution of the Kashmir problem in the light of the Security Council resolutions. When the Indo-Pakistan war began in December 1971, the Turkish Premier, Nihat Erim, called for the immediate withdrawal of Indian troops. In June 1972, the President of Pakistan, Mr Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, paid a visit to Turkey. In a joint statement issued after his talks with the Turkish President Cevdet Sunay, the two leaders expressed the hope that the planned summit between the Pakistani President and the Indian Premier would lead a durable and honorable settlement of dispute between their two countries. On 4 October 1972, the Turkish Foreign Minister, in a speech before the UN General Assembly, made a strong plea for the release of Pakistani prisoners of war in India since December 1971 (Ali, 2001). Chapter 2: Pakistan-Turkey Relations in Economic, Trade and Investment Sectors (1947-1979) In the mid-fifties, Pakistan made a small volume of trade >GET ANSWER