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Islamabad rejects experiences of Pakistani delegation visiting Israel

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ISLAMABAD:

Islamabad has categorically rejected the notion of any delegation from Pakistan visiting Israel.

The Foreign Office spokesperson, in a press release on Thursday, stated that the “reported go to in query was organised by a overseas NGO which isn’t based mostly in Pakistan”.

He stated that Pakistan’s place on the Palestinian situation was clear and unambiguous.

“There is no change whatsoever in our policy on which there is a complete national consensus. Pakistan steadfastly supports the Palestinian people’s inalienable right to self-determination,” he remarked.

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The spokesperson stated that the institution of an unbiased, viable and contiguous Palestinian state with pre-1967 borders and Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital, in accordance with the related UN and OIC resolutions, was crucial for simply and lasting peace within the area.

The FO clarification comes amid media experiences {that a} delegation of Pakistanis, together with a former authorities minister, met Israeli Foreign Ministry officers in Jerusalem.

According to TRT World, the journey organiser stated on Wednesday that the delegation included representatives from the American Muslims and Multifaith Women’s Empowerment Council and Sharaka, a US-based non-government group based within the wake of the Abraham Accords, which was brokered by the Trump administration in 2020 and normalised relations between Israel and 4 Arab international locations — the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco.

“Yes, I am in Jerusalem with a delegation to promote interfaith harmony,” Nasim Ashraf, the top of the delegation, instructed The Associated Press by cellphone.

Ashraf was once Pakistan’s improvement minister and the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board.

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