QUETTA    -   Acting Balochistan Governor Mir Jan Muhammad Jamali and Ambassador of Turki­ye to Pakistan Muhammad Pachaji on Tuesday visited the Pak-Turk School and Col­lege in the provincial capital.

They inspected classes and different parts of the institution, and asked ques­tions from the students re­lated to its environment and teaching.

On the occasion, the act­ing governor said Turkiye had kept a high position in the field of education and Pakistan could benefit from its modern knowledge, re­search and experiences.

He also thanked Turkiye for its cooperation in the educa­tion sector in Balochistan and said that keeping in view of the situation of the province, the brotherly country Turki­ye should extend its coopera­tion in granting scholarships for the talented and needy students.

The acting governor sug­gested that a Turkish lan­guage centre should also be established in Quetta which could be used by people as­sociated with trade and in­dustry in the province so that trade between the two brotherly countries could be promoted.

The ambassador ex­pressed deep interest in the sustainable development of the education sector in Quetta and especially in pro­motion of bilateral coopera­tion. He assured that every possible measure would be taken to expand the existing educational cooperation by his country.