Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Wednesday confused the necessity for the world to take concrete steps, on a conflict footing, to increase financial and humanitarian help to Afghanistan.
The prime diplomat’s remarks got here whereas chatting with his New Zealand counterpart Nanaia Mahuta by way of video hyperlink.
During the assembly, Qureshi acknowledged that point warranted that the Afghan individuals weren’t deserted.
The international minister of New Zealand appreciated Pakistan’s efforts for the protected evacuation of international nationals from Kabul.
Moreover, Qureshi additionally raised the matter of New Zealand cricket workforce’s cancellation of Pakistan tour final month .
The prime diplomat acknowledged that New Zealand’s resolution damage the emotions of cricket-loving individuals of each the nations.
However, the international ministers expressed the dedication to additional strengthen the bilateral relationship between the 2 nations.
Qureshi additionally briefed his counterpart concerning the blatant human rights violations being carried out by Indian occupation forces in Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
“Pakistan has recently presented a dossier to the world about the Indian war crimes in the occupied territory,” the FM knowledgeable his counterpart.
On October 5, the FM urged the worldwide neighborhood to take concrete steps for the availability of humanitarian and financial help to the Afghan individuals.
The international minister’s resolve got here throughout a telephonic dialog with Kenyan counterpart Raychelle Omamo the place he mentioned if the state of affairs deteriorated additional in Afghanistan, it could result in an enormous outflow of Afghan refugees in addition to different penalties.
On October 11, Prime Minister Imran Khan reiterated his name for the world to interact with Afghanistan, warning that there have been hardliners inside the Taliban motion, who, if pushed away by the worldwide neighborhood, may simply return to the Taliban of 2000.
In an interview with Middle East Eye, a London-based on-line information outlet, Prime Minister Imran requested the United States to “pull itself together” or face the collapse of the war-torn nation, which might develop into a haven of terrorists.
“It’s a really critical time, and the US has to pull itself together because people in the United States are in a state of shock,” Imran mentioned. “They were imagining some sort of democracy, nation-building or liberated women, and suddenly they find the Taliban are back. There is so much anger and shock and surprise,” he added.