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ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmoud Qureshi on Friday urged the international community to pay attention to the recent violation of Pakistani airspace by an Indian-origin supersonic aircraft.

He said in a statement that India’s actions endanger the lives of innocent civilians and civil aviation authorities should take note of this. He noted that Saudia and Qatar Airways planes, as well as Pakistani domestic flights, could be targeted by flying objects.

Shah Mahmoud Qureshi said we decided to invite envoys from five countries in the foreign ministry to brief them on the whole situation.

The foreign minister said Pakistan would decide its future strategy after India explained the matter. He also said that Pakistan does not want aggression but wants to establish friendly relations with all its neighbours including India. He further stated that Pakistan is capable of defending itself.

He recalled that India resorted to aggression against Pakistan on 26th February in 2019, regretting international community’s silence on it out of expediency.

The Foreign Minister said we have also presented before the world through a dossier about the Indian involvement in the acts of terrorism in Pakistan. We exposed the true face of India before the world. 

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