Foreign office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqi while refuting the account that FO isn’t proactive in taking over the plight of Kashmir said Pakistan Kashmir policy centered around Kashmir.
Pakistan Kashmir policy
The FO spokesperson was delivering a weekly press briefing where she said that Pakistan and also the remainder of the planet observed Kashmir Day on February 5. Calling the Kashmir issue an utmost priority of the ministry the spokesperson said that the policies are formulated upon the government’s behest. She said that Pakistan is in constant contact with the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in relevancy the human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir. Decade OIC contact group on Kashmir has been keeping the matter alive. “The OIC is Pakistan biggest supporter for Kashmir” she said.
Aisha Farooqi said that in Pakistan and embassies located across the planet Kashmir Solidarity day celebrated. She said that Pakistan lodged strong protest with India in relevancy the road of Control firing incidents particularly the one on Monday Feb, 3 within which several unarmed civilians were wounded. This might be a component ongoing policy by Pakistan and each Pakistani is component of this mission. The FO spokesperson said that Pakistan is additionally reviewing the talks between the US and further said that Turkish President Tayyab Erdogan will visit Pakistan next week and also the details of the visit are shared soon.