New York: Pakistan and the United Nations welcomed the ceasefire announced by Israel and Hamas, and expressed the hope that the agreement will help resolve the Palestinian issue through negotiations.
According to the details, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi held a meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. His inhuman use of force and killings against Israel’s unarmed Palestinians included Innocent citizens, including women and children, expressed concern.
He said the continuous use of brutal force by Israel had resulted in the martyrdom of over 250 Palestinians and injuries to thousands others.
The minister told the UN secretary general that the purpose of his visit for participation in the emergency meeting of the General Assembly was to raise voice for the unarmed and oppressed Palestinians and draw attention of the international community to the human rights violations. He said that Pakistan was determined to continue supporting Palestinians’ struggle for their right to self-determination.
The UN secretary general, while welcoming the ceasefire agreement, said that it would help settle the Palestine issue through talks.
While notifying the UN Secretary General of India’s ongoing human rights violations, illegal detention of Kashmir leaders and extrajudicial killings in Kashmir, the Minister of Foreign Affairs also said that in order to achieve permanent peace in South Asia, the Kashmir issue has been resolved on the Kashmir issue. According to the resolution adopted by the Security Council, it is inevitable.
Qureshi said the agreement between Pakistan and India to comply with the 2003 ceasefire agreement is commendable. He further stated that Pakistan has always hoped to establish peaceful relations with its neighbors, adding that India has the responsibility to create a favorable environment for the talks.
The Minister emphasized that the Kashmir issue must be resolved through the implementation of the Security Council’s resolution on a peaceful and lasting solution to the crisis.
Qureshi also briefed the President of the United Nations on Pakistan’s efforts to maintain peace in Afghanistan, and expressed Pakistan’s hope that in order to achieve peace and stability in the region and to resolve the Afghan issue peacefully, all stakeholders will unite and contribute to a comprehensive political system. The dialogue finds a way.