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Pakistan to discuss India’s aggressive stance on Kashmir in UNSC

Latest Update: September 23, 2015 | 97 Views
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UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan has prepared a plan of action against any addition of permanent members to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), high-level diplomatic sources said on Wednesday.

According to sources, India will not be allowed permanent membership of the UNSC.

Sources further said that India’s aggressive stance on the Kashmir issue will be discussed openly at the UN.

“Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will expose foreign involvement in initiating terrorism in Pakistan,” said the high-level diplomatic sources.

Sources added that while PM Sharif will be meeting various heads of state at the UN including that of US and China, he is unlikely to meet the Indian Prime Minister.

According to sources, supporters for extremists have begun returning to their country after Pakistan’s policy renewal on Afghanistan.

“Pakistan will not fight Afghanistan’s war on its own territory,” said the high-level diplomatic sources.

The Pakistan Foreign Office in a press release on Tuesday said, “Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will lead the Pakistan delegation to the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York from 25 to 30 September 2015.”

The FO further said, “The prime minister will address the General Debate of the General Assembly on 30 September. He will articulate the government’s vision of a peaceful neighbourhood and economic development, and share with the world community, Pakistan’s position and priorities on key international and regional issues.”