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‘Pakistan to contribute towards the goal of ensuring peace in the region,’ Foreign Office

Islamabad: Pakistan has strong relationships with almost all countries in the world. Owing to its geography and history, Pakistan plays an important part regarding the ongoing situations in the region.

Pakistan to contribute towards the goal of ensuring peace in the region

The Foreign Office Spokesperson said during a media briefing that,

“Based on these considerations, it is very important for Pakistan to contribute toward the goal of ensuring peace and security in the region. We believe that there is an indication (from President Trump’s statement) that peace must be given a chance and de-escalation of tensions should take place.”

Pakistan and India

When it was about Pakistan and India, Pakistan was promoting peace and made all the efforts to bring prosperity to the region. Pakistan always welcomes and appreciate ‘de-escalation’.

The Foreign Office Spokesperson further said that “On sanctions against Iran indicated by the president of United States in his speech, I would state that we are awaiting further details on that as it was mentioned in the course of his speech. We will update you on our position, as and when the situation develops.”

Iranian General Qassem Soleimani embraced Shahadat

Earlier, the Iranian General Qassem Soleimani embraced Shahadat in the US drone attack.

On Thursday, Pakistan has given its stance on the matter. PM Imran Khan is trying his best to resolve tensions between the US and Iran.

PM Imran Khan to visit the foreign ministers

The Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has been directed by PM Imran Khan to visit the foreign ministers of the respective countries to hold talks with them. The spokesperson said that “There is always a room for engagement and interaction within the region and beyond. The foreign minister’s visit will be aimed towards this. This is an initiative that Pakistan has taken because we understand our responsibility as a member of the international community and as an important country in this region.”

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