ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Saturday chaired a consultative assembly of former overseas secretaries on the International Ministry that mentioned the coronavirus pandemic and its financial implications, Indian aggression in occupied Kashmir and the regional state of affairs.
Talking on the event, Qureshi described the pandemic as a world problem and warned that its results on the creating economies like Pakistan have been very extreme. On this regard, he mentioned, Prime Minister Imran Khan had proposed debt reduction initiative.
He mentioned 10 months had handed since eight million unarmed residents of occupied Jammu and Kashmir confronted Indian tyranny within the title of curfew. The oppressed Kashmiris have been braving a double lockdown after the Covid epidemic, he added.
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“Ceasefire violations by India on the Line of Control (LoC) have continued unabated. Innocent civilians are being targeted by India deliberately. India wants to disrupt peace and order in the region,” the minister informed the consultative session.
He identified that strikes to change the demography of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir by amending the domicile legal guidelines have been a transparent violation of the UN Safety Council resolutions and worldwide legal guidelines.
“The international community should take immediate notice of India’s aggressive behaviour,” Qureshi mentioned.
The overseas minister briefed the previous overseas secretaries on the contents of his current letters to the UN secretary common and the Safety Council president. “I have informed them of India’s intentions,” he added.