India threatens small countries over Kashmir issue: Munir Akram

India threatens small countries over Kashmir issue: Munir Akram
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New York (Web Desk): Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations (UN) Munir Akram said that India had been threatening small countries over Kashmir issue, however every country knew the miserable condition of Kashmiri people.


Munir Akram said that Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi rightly objected the credibility of the UN. He added that Prime Minister Imran Khan would discuss all issues including Kashmir in his key address to the General Assembly today.

Earlier, in his statement, Munir Akram said unfortunately India had been propagating against Pakistan’s efforts for peace in the region. “India is constantly ignoring UN charter and violating international law regarding human rights particularly in Kashmir.

On September 23, Munir Akram said that Pakistan was indebted to Recep Tayyip Erdogan for boldly supporting Islamabad’s stance regarding Kashmir issue.

“Pakistan supports President Erdogan’s bold statement on global issues at the UN General Assembly and his clear support for Jammu and Kashmir.” Akram tweeted.

He said Pakistan also backed Erdogan’s demand of declaring 15 March as world solidarity day against Islamophobia.

In his message, Munir Akram praised Chinese President as well, who laid stress on international cooperation for a mutually prosperous future of humanity.