Pakistan, UK vow to work together for promoting regional peace

Pakistan, UK vow to work together for promoting regional peace

Pakistan UK News

LONDON: Pakistan and UK (Britain) have reiterated to work hand in hand
for promoting peace in the region and consolidating bilateral relations
and taking them to a higher level (Pakistan UK News).

 This understanding reached during a meeting between Interior
Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and British Foreign Secretary Boris
Johnson in London on Wednesday.

The Interior Minister said that Islamabad has always given importance
to its relationship with London since both Pakistan and Britain share
common foreign policy goals on many fronts.

Indian aggression at borders

Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan also raised the issue of Indian involvement
in the internal affairs of Pakistan, terming India as the biggest irritant
to peace in the region. He said Pakistan will not be brow beaten by such
tactics. He said that India has closed its doors for talks putting regional
security at risk.

The Minister said the brazen and unprovoked killing of our soldiers will
not go unchallenged. He put the onus for the deterioration of Indo-Pak
relations squarely on India.

Regarding the Kashmir issue, the Interior Minister also said that Pakistan is
ready to discuss the issue of Kashmir without conditions.

He further said Pakistan would also continue to support the just rights of the Kashmiri
people and their struggle.

Afghan peace discussed

Over the issue of Afghanistan, the Interior Minister also emphasized that
despite Pakistan’s sincere efforts for building peace and stability in
Afghanistan, the response from the Afghan side has also been marked with
unfounded suspicion and baseless allegations.

Moreover, he also said that international community should acknowledge Pakistan’s
efforts for a peaceful Afghanistan since it would also be beneficial for
peace in the entire region.

Furthermore, British Foreign Secretary also appreciated Pakistan’s efforts and its role being
played in the region for peace and development in Afghanistan.

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