Pakistan PM sharif met John Kerry

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif engaged separate meeting with John Kerry, US Secretary of State and British Prime Minister Theresa May urging to solve the issues between India and Pakistan. Mainly Nawaz Sharif stressed on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir.

He said to Theresa May that, “ The people of Jammu and Kashmir must be allowed to choose their destiny and that the longstanding resolutions of the UN Secretary Council on the right to self-determination of the Kashmir people need to be implemented. ”

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“ In the international community does not succeed in asking India to immediate end state oppression on the innocent people of Jammu and Kashmir, then this would encourage India to increase the intensity of the continuing state atrocities. ”

Sharif also added when he met Kerry earlier on Monday that, “ I still remember the former President Bill Clinton had promised that the US would play its role to help out in resolving bilateral disputes and issues between India and Pakistan ” online report by Dawn.

He also wrote a letter to the five permanent members of the UN to force India to stop the brutalities on the people of Jammu and Kashmir and also alleged that India is violating the Human rights in the occupied Kashmir.

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He urged the US Administration and Secretary Kerry to use their good office and help in resolving the complicated issues of India-Pakistan.Kerry and May have appreciated the role and efforts of Pakistan in eradicating the terrorism and extremism in their country.

Pakistan PM meets US and UK representatives

Secretary Kerry appreciated the inputs of the Pakistan’s armed forces, police and other security institutions for eliminating the terror roots in their country. Kerry also said that Pakistan and Afghanistan have similar and mutual interests with their religion peace and security.

The British Prime Minister praised that “the economic turnover and the development by the present democratic government. Government has succeeded in achieving growth targets in all aspects.”

Special Assistant of Foreign Affairs Syed Tariq Fatemi, Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry, Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz were present in the meeting.

Bilateral meetings with the President of Iran, Prime Minister of New Zealand, Japan, Romania, Nepal and UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, will be held by Nawaz Sharif.