FM Qureshi reaches China to consult over occupied Kashmir

Beijing: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Friday arrived China on a diplomatic mission.


The foreign minister undertook the visit in view of the deteriorating situation of peace and security in the region after India revoked special status of Occupied Kashmir.

He is due to hold important meetings with the Chinese leadership during which he will apprise them of Pakistan’s concerns and reservations in the context of Indian measures.

On arrival at the Beijing airport, the Foreign Minister was welcomed by Pakistan’s Ambassador to China Naghmana Hashmi and senior officials of the Foreign Ministry.

Speaking to the media before leaving, the foreign minister said India is intent on disrupting the regional peace with its unconstitutional measures. China is not only a friend to Pakistan but also an important country of the region.”

The foreign minister added, he will take the Chinese leadership in confidence over the situation in occupied Kashmir. “I will apprise the Chinese leaders of the unconstitutional measures taken up by the Indian government in occupied Kashmir. I will also brief them of the gross human rights violations in the occupied valley.”

Earlier, while speaking to a private television channel, Qureshi said the Indian government can stage a Pulwama like terrorist act or drama to avoid the world’s attention from the grave situation in the occupied valley.

APP/Web Desk


Junior - Taleem Aam Karaingay - Juniors ko Parhaingay