United Nations, 23 September: Pakistan seeks peace with all its neighbors, including India, but sustainable peace and stability in South Asia depends on a just and lasting resolution of the Kashmir conflict, Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif said Friday. mentioned here.
Addressing the United Nations General Assembly, Shevaz said India’s “illegal and unilateral” action to change Jammu and Kashmir’s special status on 5 August 2019 would further undermine the prospects for peace and jeopardize the region. He claimed to have heightened the tension. Read more | The United Nations urges international creditors to consider suspending Pakistan’s debt service payments.
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“Pakistan needs a stable external environment. We seek peace with all our neighbors, including India. And it depends on a lasting solution,” he said. Read more | Pakistani Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif meets with President Joe Biden at the World Summit in New York.
“I think it is time for India to get this message out loud and clear that both countries are fully armed. War is not an option. can be resolved and the world will eventually be at peace,” he said.
India has repeatedly told Pakistan that Jammu and Kashmir will remain an integral part of the country “forever, now and forever”. He says he wants a relationship. Relations between India and Pakistan deteriorated rapidly after New Delhi repealed Article 370 of the constitution.
India’s decision provoked a strong reaction from Pakistan, which downgraded diplomatic relations and expelled an Indian envoy. It has become a militarized area,” he said. He said the Pakistani people have always supported the Kashmiris in complete solidarity and will continue to do so. So.
“I have assured the World Forum that we, Pakistan, will remain consistent in our commitment to peace in South Asia. India will take reasonable steps to create an enabling environment for constructive engagement. should be taught,” he said.
“We are neighbors and will be there forever. The choice is ours. Will we live in peace or continue to fight each other? As a result, only misery, poverty and unemployment increased on both sides.
Shehbaz said both India and Pakistan should not waste resources trying to buy more ammunition and spur tension. “A scarce resource to resolve our differences, our problems, or our peaceful neighbors through peaceful negotiation and debate, and to promote education, health and employment for millions. Saving is now up to us.
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https://www.latestly.com/agency-news/world-news-pakistan-looks-for-peace-with-all-its-neighbours-including-india-pm-shehbaz-at-un-4242365.html Pakistani Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif says he will take up the Kashmir issue at the UN General Assembly and seeks peace with all its neighbors, including India.” (Watch video)