Pak to ‘intensify’ campaign to highlight Indian brutalities in Kashmir

Pak to ‘intensify’ campaign to highlight Indian brutalities in Kashmir
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Lahore: Sartaj Aziz, Advisor to the Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, told media persons on Sunday that Pakistan has decided to intensify the campaign to internationally highlight ‘Indian brutalities in Indian-occupied Kashmir’.
He said the aim is to draw the world’s attention towards the gravity of the situation in the ‘occupied valley’.
He said ‘India is involved in gross human rights violations in the held territory but it has failed to suppress the voice of Kashmiris through the use of brutal force’.
Aziz said Pakistan’s Kashmir policy is very clear and there is no change in it.
To a question, he said Pakistan strongly rejects designating Syed Salahuddin as terrorist.
About the One Belt One Road initiative, he said its future is very bright as it offers great opportunities. He said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor provides a great opportunity for economic progress and development in the region.
Aziz said that Pakistan wants good relations with all countries, but national interests will always be given priority.
He said that Pakistan is keen to improve relations with China and Russia because they are bringing about development to the region.
He said that earlier there was a monopoly of rich countries in globalisation but now this system is going to end and all countries are participating in the process.
—Agencies

 

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