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'Do not interfere in our internal affairs': India warns Turkey after Erdogan rakes up Kashmir issue in Pakistan

DNA Saturday, 15 February 2020 ()
The statement was issued in response to queries on references to Jammu & Kashmir by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Turkey-Pakistan Joint Declaration.
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News video: India to Turkish President on J&K: Don't interfere with internal matters|OneIndia News

India to Turkish President on J&K: Don't interfere with internal matters|OneIndia News 01:27

INDIA WARNS TURKEY OF INTERFERING WITH INDIA'S INTERNAL MATTERS RELATED TO KASHMIR, SAYS NEEDS NO INTERNATIONAL INTERFERENCE. TURKISH PRESIDENT BACKED ISLAMABAD'S STAND ON KASHMIR ISSUE AND CALLED INDIA'S ACTION UNILATERAL.

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