ISLAMABAD: Pakistan guaranteed Turkey's meeting remote pastor on Tuesday it would explore a system of schools Ankara needs close for asserted connections to the US-based Muslim priest it accuses for a month ago's overthrow endeavor.
Be that as it may, outside arrangement boss Sartaj Aziz held back before consenting to close PakTurk International Schools and Colleges, which instructs 10,000 understudies and denies any alliance with the pastor.
The solicitation by Turkey is a piece of a worldwide battle by President Tayyip Erdogan against the interests of Fethullah Gulen and his religious development.
Erdogan and the Turkish powers accuse the pastor and his devotees for organizing a month ago's fizzled military upset, in which more than 230 individuals were killed.
Gulen, who lives in deliberate outcast in Pennsylvania, lectures Sunni Islam together with a message of interfaith discourse.
He denies any contribution in the fizzled overthrow.
From that point forward, a huge number of individuals have been confined, suspended from work or set under scrutiny, with the administration vowing to cleanse the armed force, police and legal of components it says bolster Gulen.
In Islamabad, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Çavuşoğlu said Gulen's "terrorist gathering" ought to be stamped out.
"It is not mystery that this association has foundations or their nearness in Pakistan and in numerous different nations," he said.
"I am certain the vital measures will be taken. We must be extremely watchful with such associations and their bringing on danger and risk for the security and dependability of each nation that they have nearness."
Aziz praised Turkey for its "triumph for vote based system and freedom" and said Pakistan would investigate the schools yet wanted to keep them open as they were all around oversaw and gave great instruction.
"We will attempt to locate an option game plan for the schools to proceed while their different exercises must be overseen or controlled," he said.
Turkey and Pakistan have generally had close ties, which have warmed further under the initiative of Erdogan and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Turkey has connected weight to different nations that are home to Gulen-upheld establishments.
Gulen's Islamist "Hizmet" development runs approximately 2,000 instructive foundations in around 160 nations. The PakTurk association, which has been working in Pakistan for a long time and has more than two dozen grounds, precluded being part from securing Gulen's system.
"We are profoundly worried by charges ... attempting to interface the PakTurk International Schools and Colleges in Pakistan with Mr Fethullah Gulen," it said in an announcement.
The schools had "no association or association" with any political or religious associations, it said.
The Turkish FM said Ankara had Pakistan's "full participation" on making a move against what Turkey calls the Fethullah Terror Organization (Feto).
Tending to a joint question and answer session close by Aziz in Islamabad, Çavuşoğlu said:
"In my opening explanation I communicated my fulfillment and gratefulness that we have full collaboration with Pakistan in such manner, and I'm certain the vital measures will be taken."
The Turkish outside priest said Ankara was taking "all fundamental lawful measures against the plotters of the overthrow, to be specific the terrorist association Feto, headed by Fethullah Gulen".
"This terrorist association has a worldwide system of schools, business affiliations and social associations. Previously, we bolstered them yet we didn't know they had a concealed motivation, that they were attempting to assume control power in Turkey through such endeavors. The primary endeavor of this gathering occurred in Dec 2013," he said, including that the 'dread gathering' must be battled everywhere throughout the world.
Reacting to an inquiry with respect to the Kashmir issue, Çavuşoğlu said Turkey "completely backings" Pakistan's position, and asked the OIC Secretary General to activate the OIC Contact Group and send an actuality discovering mission to India-held Kashmir.
"We trust this question can be settled just through discourse and tact, not viciousness or utilizing power," he said.
Amid a prior meeting with Sartaj Aziz, Çavuşoğlu said both sides talked about techniques to build collaboration and are "planning to consent to an organized commerce arrangement this year".
The Turkish remote pastor said he had educated Aziz "how we are normalizing our relations with Russia and Israel", furthermore talked about territorial issues, especially ties with Afghanistan, and said Turkey would keep supporting compromise endeavors in the locale.