FM Qureshi says New Delhi dropping credibility at worldwide boards


Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi mentioned on Wednesday that New Delhi was dropping “credibility on international forums” on account of its aggressive posturing within the area, reported Radio Pakistan.

In an announcement, Qureshi mentioned India’s objection to Pakistan’s political map on the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation’s (SCO) assembly of nationwide safety advisers was rejected. He added that it was an “embarrassment” for India.

“Russia, being the host of the meeting, did not accept India’s perspective,” mentioned Qureshi, including that New Delhi violated the SCO rules by elevating a bilateral difficulty on the platform.

“Indian occupied Kashmir is an internationally recognised disputed territory, and there are also UN resolutions about the issue,” mentioned Qureshi.

The overseas minister, whereas highlighting Indian’s motion in Ladakh, mentioned that China has repeatedly supplied India to resolve points by way of dialogue, however New Delhi adopted an aggressive posture, after which confronted humiliation.

‘India’s objections to new map played down in SCO meeting’

Advisor to PM on National Security Mooed Yusuf mentioned Tuesday that India had raised its considerations within the SCO nationwide safety advisors’ assembly on Pakistan’s new political map and demanded that it not be displayed throughout his speech.

Speaking to Geo News, Yusuf mentioned that Pakistan had responded in writing to India’s objections, making it clear that the map was the nation’s proper and that it was in accordance with the United Nations’ legal guidelines on Kashmir.

Yusuf mentioned that Russia ‘backed’ Pakistan’s stance and not one of the nations taking part within the convention objected to it.

Yusuf was representing Pakistan within the convention, every week after Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had represented Pakistan within the organisation’s overseas ministers’ assembly.