Pakistan, EU eye strengthening of ties at multilateral, bilateral levels

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

20th Jan, 2021. 05:55 pm
Pakistan EU bilateral ties

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has on Wednesday (today) held meetings with European Union (EU) ambassadors to Pakistan at the Foreign Office (FO).

The meeting among the Foreign Minister and EU ambassadors discussed the further strengthening of ties between Pakistan and European Union. 

The ties will further promote cooperation at the multilateral and bilateral levels. The leaders also discussed India’s vindictive disinfo campaign & disregard for regional stability.

Earlier in a day, FM Qureshi has said that Pakistan desires to engage with the new US administration to enhance bilateral relations and mutual interests.

He said a new administration is assuming responsibilities in the United States (US) today.

The Minister said US President-elect Joe Biden has a clear perspective about the South Asian region. He said the two sides have conformity of views about Afghanistan and other priorities such as the Covid-19 pandemic and the strategy to deal with the climate change issue.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the United States had a bipartisan opinion about India, but it is welcoming that the new US administration has a clear stance about protection of human rights.

He said the world is pointing out gross human rights violations in the Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. He expressed hope the new US administration will play a role in getting stopped the Indian oppression against the eight million unarmed Kashmiris.

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