World peace interlinked with resolving Palestinian, Kashmir issues: NA Speaker
ISLAMABAD, Oct 24 (DNA): Speaker National Assembly and Former Prime
Minister of Pakistan Raja Pervez Ashraf has said that the United Nations
emerged as a ray of hope for the whole world before Seventy Eight years.
He also said that Pakistan has been an active member of the UNO since
He also underscored that the role Pakistani missions in the peace
operations around the world has been reflective of Pakistan’ supportive
stance for UNO. He expressed these views in his message on the day of
United Nations Organisation.
The Speaker also said that prominent goal of formation of the UNO was to
maintain global peace. He also reiterated that establishment of global
peace is interlinked with resolution of Palestinian and Kashmir issue
as per UNO resolutions.
He said that nefarious and barbaric policies of India and Israel has
become stark clear especially atrocities and barbarity committed by
Israelites especially on innocent children and wom. He also said that
the right to self-determination of the people of Palestine and Kashmir
cannot be suppressed by cruelty and coercion.
He also stressed on the need to play a proactive role to immediately
halt the genocide of the oppressed Palestinian and Kashmiri people by
Israel and India. He also said that the United Nations should take
notice of the violations of basic human rights in Palestine and Kashmir.
The Speaker Raja Pervez Ashraf has said that the government and people
of Pakistan stand with UNO to eliminate terrorism.
He also said that Pakistan has always condemned terrorism in any region
of the world as Pakistan has played the role of a frontline state in the
war against terrorism.
He added, “The sacrifices rendered by Pakistani forces in the UN
peacekeeping mission are unmatchable.” DNA
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