Afghanistan’s peace is essential to the region’s development: FM
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that Afghanistan’s peace is essential to the region’s development.
He expressed these views during a meeting with a high level delegation associated with the Pak-Afghan Track to Project, which was held at the Foreign Office.
Various issues of mutual interest including Pak-Afghan relations, peace process were discussed on the occasion.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that Pakistan and Afghanistan have historical, cultural, religious ties, relations were suffering from cold weather due to lack of mutual trust.
He said that Pakistan respects the internal sovereignty of Afghanistan.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi further said that sincere role was played in reconciliation in the Afghan peace process.
The Foreign Minister said that Chinese and Afghan Foreign Ministers have been invited to attend the trilateral conference, the trilateral conference will be held soon in Islamabad.
Indian occupants in Kashmir are at risk of Kashmir genocide, alert issued
According to the details, the US NGO Geno Side Watch, which is active against genocide, issued an alert on occupied Kashmir and exposed the Indian face.
According to GenoSide Watch, the Indian Army is using violence as a weapon for rapists in occupied Kashmir.
The scandalous report outlines the signs of the expected genocide of Kashmiris, as well as reveals that Modi and the BJP have propagated Muslim rivalry to Hindus, Hindutva.
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