FO rejects the notion of any Pakistani delegation going to Israel, clears position on Palestine: Pakistan IG News

Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Asim Iftikhar on Thursday rubbished the notion of any delegation from Pakistan going to Israel.

Responding to media queries, he said Pakistan’s position on the Palestinian issue was “clear and clear”.

He said the visit in question was organized by a “foreign NGO that was not based in Pakistan.”

“There is no change in our policy, which has full national consensus,” he insisted.

Iftikhar said that Pakistan strongly supports the right of the Palestinian people to self-determination.

“The establishment of an independent, viable and contiguous Palestinian state with borders prior to 1967 and al-Quds al-Sharif as its capital, in accordance with relevant United Nations and OIC resolutions, is essential for just and lasting peace in the region.” is,” he added.

The development comes days after a delegation of Pakistanis, including a former government minister, met officials of the Israeli Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem.

“Yes, I am in Jerusalem with a delegation to promote inter-religious harmony,” said Naseem Ashraf, Pakistan’s development minister and who serves as the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board. The Associated Press,


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