PM SHEHBAZ INVITES MODI TO HOLD TALKS TO RESOLVE THE KASHMIR ISSUE: PAKISTAN MEDIA

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The Prime Minister has urged the United Nations to honour its obligations to the right of Kashmiris to self-determination.

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Monday urged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to engage serious and sincere negotiations to address pressing issues such as Kashmir.

“My message to the Indian leadership and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is that let us get down at the table and have meaningful and sincere negotiations to tackle our burning concerns like Kashmir,” the prime minister said in an interview with Al Arabiya news channel.

Flagrant human rights violations were occurring in Kashmir on a daily basis, he said, adding that India had stolen any semblance of autonomy granted to Kashmiris under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. In August 2019, the autonomy was withdrawn.

Minorities in India were being persecuted, he claimed, adding, “This must end so that the message that India is ready to have dialogue can go throughout the world.”

Shehbaz stated that India and Pakistan were neighbours who had to coexist.

“It is up to us to live quietly and achieve progress or dispute with each other, and squander time and resources. We had three wars with India, and they have only added to the people’s misery, poverty, and unemployment. We’ve learned our lesson, and we want to live in peace as long as we can solve our real concerns.

“We want to alleviate poverty, achieve prosperity, provide education, health care, and jobs to our people, not waste our money on bombs and ammo,” he continued.

“We are nuclear powers, armed to the teeth, and who will live to tell the tale if a war breaks out?” he remarked.

He stated that the leadership of the United Arab Emirates could play a vital role in bringing India and Pakistan together, and that he would hold sincere conversations with the Indian leadership.

He described Saudi Arabia as a nice and fraternal country with centuries of brotherly relations.

Millions of Muslims enjoyed friendly links with Saudi Arabia before Pakistan was formed and carved out of India, he recalled, and they visited Makkah and Medina.

The Prime Minister stated that the UAE was a second home for millions of Pakistanis and that he had made a successful visit to the country as Prime Minister.

He described Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed as a beloved brother and ardent supporter of Pakistan, wishing for the country’s people to flourish and succeed. Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan was also a close friend of Pakistan, and the country was in his heart.

“The leadership of Pakistan and the Gulf countries have determined to collaborate in the fields of trade and culture, as well as to project Islam as a religion.”

Millions of Muslims enjoyed friendly links with Saudi Arabia before Pakistan was formed and carved out of India, he recalled, and they visited Makkah and Medina.

The Prime Minister stated that the UAE was a second home for millions of Pakistanis and that he had made a successful visit to the country as Prime Minister.

He described Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed as a beloved brother and ardent supporter of Pakistan, wishing for the country’s people to flourish and succeed. Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan was also a close friend of Pakistan, and the country was in his heart.

“The leadership of Pakistan and the Gulf countries have determined to collaborate in the fields of trade and culture, as well as to project Islam as a religion.”

Millions of Muslims enjoyed friendly links with Saudi Arabia before Pakistan was formed and carved out of India, he recalled, and they visited Makkah and Medina.

The Prime Minister stated that the UAE was a second home for millions of Pakistanis and that he had made a successful visit to the country as Prime Minister.

He described Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed as a beloved brother and ardent supporter of Pakistan, wishing for the country’s people to flourish and succeed. Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan was also a close friend of Pakistan, and the country was in his heart.

“The leadership of Pakistan and the Gulf countries have determined to collaborate in the fields of trade and culture, as well as to project Islam as a religion.”

Before Pakistan was formed and separated from India, millions of Muslims maintained brotherly relations with Saudi Arabia and visited Makkah and Medina, he recalled.

The UAE, he said, was a second home for millions of Pakistanis, and he had made a successful visit there as prime minister.

He described Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed as an adoring brother and ardent advocate of Pakistani progress and prosperity. Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan was also a strong friend of Pakistan, and Pakistan was in his soul.

“The leadership of Pakistan and the Gulf countries have determined to collaborate in the fields of trade and culture, as well as to project Islam as a religion.”

“Leadership of Pakistan and Gulf countries have committed to work with each other in the sphere of trade and culture and present Islam as a religion of peace and avoid all forms of terrorism. We collaborate as strategic partners.”

The prime minister stated that Pakistan’s troubles and challenges would not have been alleviated if the fraternal Gulf countries and Saudi Arabia had not provided tangible and substantial support.

He stated that the Pakistani people were resilient and brave, and that they will stand on their own by increasing trade and investment.

In response to a query, he remarked that coexistence was essential for the survival of the planet, and that what was happening in Eastern Europe had devastated the world, causing commodities prices to spike.

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