FM Discusses Kashmir Issue, Afghan Peace Process With UN Chief

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

18th Mar, 2021. 10:54 pm
FM Qureshi Calls UN Chief

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi held a telephonic conversation with the United Nations (UN) Chief Antonio Guterres here on Thursday (today).

Both the leaders exchanged views on matters related to mutual interest specially the ongoing Indian brutalities in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

They also discussed the global Coronavirus situation and the Afghan peace process.

The Foreign Minister during his call said, “The active and dynamic role of the UN Secretariat is a testament to your leadership skills.

He further praised Guterres’s concurrence for reappointment as the UN Secretary-General.

However, the UN Chief extends thankfulness to FM Qureshi for assuring Pakistan’s support for his re-appointment.

Earlier in the day, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that Pakistan has been playing a role in peace and development in the region and we want to promote peace and harmony with our neighbours.

According to details, Qureshi while addressing a session of Islamabad Security Dialogue on peace and security in the region said that Pakistan has decided not to be a part of any regional conflict.

The Foreign Minister said that Islamabad appreciates the convening of dialogue, the world seems to be under the influence of a single world power instead of globalization while the science fiction of the past has become a reality today.

FM Qureshi also said that the axis of power in the world is changing while new strategic partnerships are being formed in the world and new and modern tools and technologies are emerging in the world.

Foreign Minister said that cross-border terrorism is being encouraged in Pakistan, the focus of the leadership in the new Pakistan is on economic security.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi also said that CPEC is a project of regional prosperity, we want peace and stability in Afghanistan while we have played a conciliatory role in the Afghan peace process.

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