Prince of Arcot Meets Turkish Envoy

Published: 04th July 2015 07:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th July 2015 07:09 AM   |  A+A-

Prince of Arcot

CHENNAI: The Consul General of Turkey, Turkish Consulate General, Mumbai, E Sabri Ergen, along with commanding officer of Turkish naval ship TCG  GEDIZ, commander Yusuf Kocaman and his team of officers made a courtesy call on the Prince of Arcot Nawab Mohammed Abdul Ali. They visited him at Amir Mahal on Thursday. The ship is on a friendship visit to Chennai and has been docked at the Chennai Port.

The commander also hosted a reception on board the ship and the Prince and his eldest son and heir-apparent, Nawabzada Mohammed Asif Ali attended the function.

The Consul General has extended an invitation to the Prince to participate in a conference to be held in due course in Turkey, and address the gathering on World Peace. Eminent speakers from Asian Muslim countries will be invited to the event. The Prince offered shawls to the visiting dignitaries, and the Commanding Officer presented a memento to the host.

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