India’s considerations on Pakistan’s new map turned down throughout SCO meet: Yusuf

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Advisor to the Prime Minister on National Security Mooed Yusuf. — Twitter

India’s demand of not displaying Pakistan’s new map in the course of the  Shanghai Cooperation Organisation’s (SCO) nationwide safety advisors’ assembly was performed down, Advisor to the Prime Minister on National Security Moeed Yusuf mentioned Tuesday. 

India had raised its considerations in the course of the assembly on Pakistan’s new political map and demanded that it not be displayed throughout his speech, he mentioned.

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 keeping with the United Nations’ legal guidelines on Kashmir.

Yusuf mentioned that Russia ‘backed’ Pakistan’s stance and not one of the nations collaborating 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 international ministers’ assembly.

“My Indian counterpart [Ajit Doval] had boycotted Pakistan’s speech during the meeting,” he siad, including that Doval additionally attended the Russian advisor’s speech for nearly 5 minutes.

Keeping in thoughts the United Nations’ ideas, we introduced our viewpoint and raised the problem of Kashmir, he mentioned.

“We stressed that Pakistan wishes to give a corridor to the world and believes in connectivity,” mentioned Yusuf.

The PM’s advisor, earlier in a sequence of tweets, mentioned that he was honoured to signify Pakistan on the SCO NSAs dialogue.

“I highlighted Pakistan’s continued commitment to peace in the region. Pakistan is committed to working with SCO member states to achieve peace and stability, economic security, and connectivity,” he mentioned.

Yusuf highlighted that unilateral and unlawful actions in an internationally recognised disputed territory of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir had been a menace to regional peace and prosperity.

“I also apprised counterparts of Pakistan’s deep commitment to peace in Afghanistan through an Afghan-led and owned peace process,” he mentioned.

Speaking on the intra-Afghan peace talks, he mentioned {that a} peaceable and steady Kabul was essential for stability and connectivity within the area and past.

“Pakistan has long held that there is no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan and that a negotiated political settlement is the only way forward,” he mentioned.

Afghan stakeholders ought to seize this historic alternative and work collectively to safe an inclusive, broad-based, and complete political settlement, he mentioned.

Yusuf assured that Pakistan would proceed to play the position of a facilitator within the peace course of and that the Afghans alone have the authority to resolve on the way forward for their nation.

“No outside actor should be seen as the guarantor of peace in that country. The process must be Afghan-owned and Afghan-led,” he careworn.

Dr Yusuf highlighted that Pakistan contributed the “most” in direction of peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.