Foreign Ministers of Pakistan and Senegal meet in Geneva
(Geneva: 10-9-2019: Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi met Foreign Minister Amadou Ba of Senegal in Geneva today.
The two Foreign Ministers reviewed multifaceted Senegal-Pakistan relations, particularly in trade, economy and defence sectors. They agreed to enhance trade and economic content of these relations with a view to bringing these at the level of political and security relations.
Foreign Minister Qureshi briefed his counterpart on the situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, with regards to worsening human rights and humanitarian crises following curfew and lockdown since August 5, 2019. By illegal moves and bifurcation of the Occupied State, India has compounded the conditions for instability and violence. Foreign Minister Qureshi underscored peace and security implications of the situation in IOJ&K.
Foreign Minister Amadou Ba said that Senegal was closely following the situation in IOK. Senegal attached great importance to human rights violations. He called for peaceful settlement of the Kashmir dispute through dialogue and cooperation, within UN Charter and International law.
The two Foreign Ministers also appreciated the cooperation between the two countries in the OIC, the UN and other multilateral forums.
FM Qureshi appreciated the role of Ambassador Coley Seck of Senegal as President of UN Human Rights Council (HRC). Senegal holds the Presidency of the HRC for 2019.
FM Qureshi is in Geneva from 9-11 September to attend the 42nd Session of the UN Human Rights Council.
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