It’s our effort to get Kartarpur agreement signed tomorrow: Spokesman FO

Anum RizwanWeb Editor

23rd Oct, 2019. 02:15 pm

Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said that it is our effort to get the Kartarpur agreement signed tomorrow.

Condemning Indian blatant human rights violations in occupied Kashmir, the spokesperson said the humanitarian nightmare in the held valley is worsening with continued military lockdown and complete communications blockade.

The spokesperson once again strongly rejected the claims of Indian Army Chief about the so called launchpads targeted by India along the line of control.

He called upon the P-5 countries to ask India to provide information about the so called alleged launch pads.

Referring to the visit of diplomatic corps to the line of control, the spokesperson said Pakistan had requested the Indian high commission in Islamabad to share the details of the alleged locations to back their allegations.

He confirmed no response has so far been received from the Indian High Commission.

The spokesperson reiterated that affairs of Hong Kong is an internal matter of China. He said Pakistan is committed to one China policy.

He said Pakistan believes the measures taken by China and Hong Kong are aimed at safeguarding national sovereignty and Hong Kong’s stability and prosperity.

Dr. Faisal said Pakistan will attend the talks and it will be represented by the additional secretary for Afghanistan and the West Asia.

He said Pakistan had participated in the first round of four party talks in Beijing in July this year.

He added that Pakistan has been part of all efforts and processes to facilitate the peace and reconciliation efforts in Afghanistan.

Pakistan will continue its efforts as part of shared responsibility to make international peace efforts successful in Afghanistan, FO Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said.

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