pakistan reiterates support for kashmiris amid indian supreme court’s controversial decision
Pakistan has affirmed its Commitment to Providing Political Diplomatic and moral Support to the Kashmiri People for a just and Peaceful Resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir Dispute following the Indian Supreme Court’s endorsement of India’s Actions in 2019. The Foreign Office Spokesperson emphasized that the Supreme Court of India had no jurisdiction over Jammu and Kashmir an internationally Recognized disputed Territory. Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar visited Azad Jammu and Kashmir to express Solidarity rejecting India’s verdict on the status of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
The international Community has Condemned a recent Terrorist attack in Dera Ismail Khan expressing Sympathy and urging accountability for the Perpetrators. Pakistan Called for Afghanistan to take Strong actions against those Responsible for the attack and to Prevent the use of Afghan Soil by Terrorist Entities against Pakistan.
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The UN General Assembly adopted a Resolution Demanding an immediate Humanitarian Ceasefire and access to Gaza Reflecting Global Concern over Israeli Atrocities. Pakistan Condemned Israeli Hostilities in the West Bank as well as attacks on Lebanon and Syria Calling for meaningful action to Stop Israeli Aggression.
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Additional Foreign Secretary Ambassador Shafqat Ali Khan held Bilateral Consultations with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko discussing Enhanced dialogue and Cooperation in Various Areas. Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Ambassador Asif Durrani Participated in the Second Global Refugee Forum Highlighting the Need for more Proportionate, Equitable and Predictable international Burden Sharing and Responsibility in Supporting Afghan Refugees.