Pakistan diaspora of France urged to remember oppressed Kashmiris of IIOJ&K during Eid ul Adha prayers
Paris 31st July 2020. Charge D’Affaires a.i. Embassy of Pakistan, Paris Mr.
Muhammad Amjad Aziz Qazi has extended his warm wishes to Pakistani diaspora
in France on the occasion of Eid ul-Adha.
In a message issued today, Mr. Qazi called upon the community members to
celebrate this Eid while observing health safety guidelines of the French
government on coronavirus pandemic.
He urged them to demonstrate solidarity and support with Kashmiris in Indian
Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, whose fundamental human rights are
being grossly violated by the Indian security forces, with even greater intensity
after the military siege imposed on the region since August 5 last year.
He also said that Pakistan’s government and its people remain fully committed to
the Kashmir cause. Pakistan will continue to extend diplomatic, political and moral
support to the Kashmiris in their demand for self-determination in accordance with
the resolutions of Untied Nation Security Council. Pakistan will also remain the
voice of conscience in the world for the rights of Kashmiris brothers and sisters.
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