Pakistan govt consultative meeting about regional security and it priorities held in Islamabad today (Wednesday).
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said India’s policies based on Hindutva ideology have threatened peace and stability of the entire region.
Pakistan govt consultative meeting about regional security
While speaking at the consultative meeting, the FM said Pakistan has presented undeniable and solid evidence before the world.
He was referring to the dossier about India’s sponsorship of terrorism inside Pakistan.
He expressed deep concern over the continuity of brutalities of Indian occupation forces in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K) amid COVID-19.
The FM said the government us pursuing economic diplomacy to promote investment in the country.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi said the government aims to reduce impact of COVID-19 on economy.
Furthermore, he highlighted timely completion of the CPEC projects as top priority.
The Foreign Minister also underscored peace and stability in Afghanistan as imperative for the entire region.
He said Pakistan will continue playing its reconciliatory role for peace in the region including Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, Pakistan and The Netherlands on Tuesday discussed bilateral relations.
The discussion took place during the 8th round of Pakistan-The Netherlands Bilateral Political Consultations (BPC).
That held in the virtual format. Both sides discussed political, economic, trade and investment, climate change, cooperation on multilateral issues.
Moreover, they also discussed developments in their respective regions.