FM discusses Indian plots in IOJK in telephonic talk with Malaysian counterpart.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi also emphasized international community will have to perform an effective role to save eight million Kashmiris from the Indian oppression.
FM discusses Indian plots
During his telephonic conversation with his Malaysian counterpart Hishammuddin Hussein on Wednesday, he also spoke on other issues.
Shah Mehmood said unarmed Kashmiris have been facing the worst curfew for eight months.
He said now as the world is focused to deal with coronavirus pandemic, India is bent upon changing demography in occupied Kashmir by amending rules and regulations regarding domicile.
The Minister called it violation of not only international laws but also against the UN resolutions.
Meanwhile, the two foreign ministers also exchanged views regarding spread of coronavirus pandemic and the efforts being made to contain it.
The FM Qureshi informed his Malaysian counterpart about Prime Minister Imran Khan’s call for restructuring of loans of developing countries.
He said the proposal aims at enabling such countries effectively deal with the pandemic.
Malaysian Foreign Minister welcomed Prime Minister Imran Khan’s call for restructuring of loans.
He hinted Malaysia would raise the matter with G-20 countries.
Earlier, China rejected the Indian media claim that China had ignored Pakistan’s call for urgent consideration of the situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Indian media had wrongly reported China ignored this issue during its presidency of the Security Council in March this year..
However, a spokesman of the Chinese Mission to the UN rebuffed it.