KARACHI - Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah said on Thursday that Pakistan and Turkey had cordial and brotherly relations. Presiding over a high-level meeting along with Turkey’s Albayrak Company Country Coordinator Bunyamin Karaca regarding solid waste management services/projects at the Chief Minister’s House, Qaim Ali Shah said that economic cooperation between the two brotherly countries would be further enhanced. He said the Turkish prime minister had visited flood-affected areas of Thatta district and extended assistance and offered construction of houses.  Qaim said that Karachi was the economic hub of Pakistan, adding that the solution of solid waste management was the need of Karachi and the firm of Turkey would be welcomed for investing in solid waste management services and other projects. Bunyamin Karaca thanked the chief minister and said that the people of Turkey always love the people of Pakistan.