Pakistan is not considering Israel’s recognition, says FO
Islamabad – Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chowdhury on Thursday clarified that Israeli recognition is not under consideration.
Chaudhary while addressing the weekly news briefing reiterated that Pakistan’s princely position on the Israeli issue is still unchanged.
He highlighted that Prime Minister Imran Khan has made it clear that Pakistan cannot recognize Israel until a Palestine issue is settled, satisfactory to the people of Palestine.
Talking about the dossier presented recently on India’s terrorism sponsorship, the spokesperson called on the UN counter-terrorism bodies to take action based on the evidence listed in the dossier, and give India terrorism as an instrument of state policy Urged to give up the use of.
He said that world bodies should urge India to destroy terrorism infrastructure to promote terrorism on Pakistan, and stop using other countries’ soil for its terrorist activities directed against Pakistan.
In response to a question, a Foreign Office spokesman said that Pakistan looked forward to working with the new US administration to further strengthen bilateral relations and to continue the partnership to achieve peace, stability and prosperity in the region. He said that Pakistan would welcome the resumption of structural dialogue with the United States.
He also hoped that the new administration would report serious human rights violations in Kashmir occupied by India.
Radio Pakistan reported that while answering a question about the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the spokesman said that CPEC is a transformational project and is contributing positively to Pakistan’s economy, national development and regional development.