Pakistan has officially nominated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the Nobel Peace prize for his efforts to resolve the Ukraine conflict.
Senate chairman Sadiq Sanjrani in his letter to the Norwegian Nobel Committee formally submitted the nomination for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
Sanjrani wrote, “Russia-Ukraine war had quickly turned into a nuclear flashpoint that could have ended in catastrophe for the whole world. Due to his untiring efforts, timely & effective interventions with both sides, he singlehandedly averted a global disaster.”
Chairman Senate, Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani through a letter has officially registered the nomination in favour of Turkish President @RTErdogan for the "Nobel Peace Prize" for his efforts to resolve the Ukrainian crisis in a letter addressed to Norwegian Nobel Committee…1/3 🇹🇷🇵🇰 pic.twitter.com/TdutdIrLcO
— Senate of Pakistan (@SenatePakistan) January 4, 2023
He continued by saying that President Erdogan is a real statesman and leader who always works for the growth and betterment of not only his nation but also the wider region and the entire world.
The letter further added that Erdogan not only demonstrated his suitability as a leader for his nation or the region, but he also uphold the real teachings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) concerning love, tolerance, and peace for all people. In addition to defending the rights of all people, as equals, President Erdogan continued to debunk falsehoods and misunderstandings about Islamic teachings.