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Remember Feb 27, Muslim dictionary has no word of ‘fear’: FO

Remember Feb 27, Muslim dictionary has no word of ‘fear’: FO
August 8, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal on Thursday has said that remember February 27,  Muslims are not afraid of anyone and  Muslim dictionary has no word of fear. At his weekly press briefing, the FO said that Prime Minister Imran Khan directed to use all options against the illegal measures of India. He also said that Pakistan has decided to trim relations with India, and India has also been informed about the decision.
Pakistan rejects the unilateral action by India
He said Pakistan rejects the unilateral action by India to change the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. He said India has been informed about the decisions of the National Security Committee (NSC). He said Pakistan will not send its high commissioner to India. The FO spokesperson said Kashmir has been on the agenda of the UNSC and is a disputed territory. “Its final resolution has to be made under a UN administered free and fair plebiscite to ascertain the wishes of the Kashmiri people,” he added.
Kartarpur initiative will continue
To a question, he said that Pakistan’s Kartarpur initiative will continue notwithstanding the latest developments. “Pakistan respects all religions and would continue the project,” he added. On a question regarding the US delegation visit to Pakistan, the FO spokesperson said the foreign secretary received the US delegation yesterday which included the US Assistant Secretary of State Alice Wells and Treasury Department Deputy Assistant Secretary Scott Rembrandt. “The wide ranging discussions focused on prevailing situation in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Pak-US relationship, Afghan peace and reconciliation process and implementation of National Action Plan and FATF plan,” he explained.
Violation of UNSC by India serious threat for regional instability
He said the foreign secretary – while drawing attention to the prevailing human rights and security situation in Occupied Kashmir – underlined the importance of violation of UN Security Council resolutions by India which pose serious threat to peace and stability in South Asia. Both sides agreed to build the positive momentum in bilateral ties, keeping in view the shared vision of the leadership of the two countries. When asked about the response of international community to the situation, the FO spokesperson said it is a continuous process. “International reaction is pouring in on this development and so far the response is very positive to our stance,” he added. To a question, he said that Pakistan is always ready for negotiations and dialogue for peaceful resolution of issues. It is India that has always shied away from negotiations and talk.