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November 27, 2012

Turkey to knock doors of international court

 
November 27, 2012

ISLAMABAD: The Turkish government has decided to take up the case of Karkey power plant of Turkey to the International Court.
As the first step, the Turkish law department has worked out the case to knock at the arbitration court. Highly-placed sources in the Turkish mission in Islamabad have revealed to
‘The News’ on Monday evening that the process of taking up the case in the international court had already been initiated and the process of consultation by the legal experts was underway.
Mustafa Babur Hizlan Turkish, Ambassador in Pakistan, while confirming the decision to approach the international court disclosed that yet another big Turkish company that has finalised its plan to make huge investment in Pakistan has changed its mind keeping in view the treatment meted out to Karkey.

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