The Foreign Office says Pakistan is in talks with the Iranian government to deal with the Iranian Corona virus outbreak and the current situation.
According to Radio Pakistan’s report, during a weekly news briefing in Islamabad, Foreign Office spokeswoman Aisha Farooqi said that Pakistan supports Iranian authorities’ efforts to stop the outbreak, Pakistan expresses solidarity with them.
The spokesman said that two consulates in our embassy and Iran are on alert, are investigating the situation closely and are trying to contact the Pakistani community, including visitors and students.
He said that helplines have been set up at the embassy and the consulates are providing necessary information and suggestions to the Pakistani community in this regard.
It should be noted that two cases of Corona virus have been reported in Pakistan, one of which came from Karachi and the other from the federal government.
Karachi Corona virus case recently revealed in a person returning from Iran.
Pakistan has closed the Teftan border with the Eira in fear of spreading the Corona virus from Iran, and flights will be banned from 12pm onwards.
India’s top diplomat calls, protest record
He said that ceasefire violations by India are a threat to regional peace and security and could be the forerunner of a strategic conflict.
Foreign Office spokeswoman Ayesha Farooqi said Pakistan has called a senior Indian diplomat today to protest the ceasefire violations by the Indian Army in the Niza Pir sector of the Line of Control.
He said that the 40-year-old resident of Mandhar village was seriously injured as a result of indiscriminate firing and indiscriminate firing by the Indian Army.
He said the Indian Army was constantly targeting civilian populated areas with artillery, heavy mortar shells and automatic weapons along the Line of Control and Working Boundary.
Deliberately targeting the urban population is condemnable and a violation of human dignity, international human rights and laws, the spokesman said.
Delhi condemns murder on religious grounds
Aisha Farooqi expressed deep concern over violence against Muslims in New Delhi and the burning of mosque.
He said the international community, including Pakistan’s leadership, also expressed concern over the situation.
It is to be noted that the number of people killed and more than 200 injured as a result of religious riots during protests over controversial citizenship law in the Indian capital, New Delhi.
It is to be noted that the protests against India’s controversial citizenship law led to a clash between Muslims and Hindus on Monday and Tuesday in which rocks, swords and even guns were used.
During the riots, mobs torched several vehicles, buildings and a tire market, causing widespread devastation in the affected areas while routine life was suspended.
It may be noted that the protests over India’s controversial citizenship law have been going on for a long time, but the riots in the Indian capital came at a time when US President Donald Trump was visiting India.
Welcome to Trump’s Mediation Offer
The Foreign Office welcomed US President Donald Trump’s offer to mediate on the Kashmir issue during his visit to India.
He pointed out that Donald Trump also praised Pakistan’s efforts during his visit.
Ayesha Farooqi said that Pakistan and India are keenly concerned about the development of modern weapons in defense agreements between the US and India, especially New Delhi.
“This will make the region more unstable,” he said.
It should be noted that US President Donald Trump made a press conference in New Delhi during his visit to India, saying that Kashmir has been a big issue for many people for a long time and that I am ready to mediate on Kashmir. ۔
US Taliban Agreement
The Foreign Office said Pakistan welcomes the signing of peace agreements between the United States and the Afghan Taliban.
He expressed confidence that this would open the door for intra-Afghan talks.
He hoped that this historic opportunity would open up opportunities for all parties in Afghanistan to bring peace and stability to Afghanistan.
He said that Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi would represent Pakistan at the signing ceremony.
He confirmed that Chinese President Xi Jinping has visited Pakistan and both sides have been working on the history of the visit.