The move could hurt bi-lateral ties, Pakistan told Washington. - File Photo

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan continued to show its anger on the tabling of a resolution on Balochistan in the House of Representative when it summoned the US charge d`affaires for the second time to communicate that the move could hurt bi-lateral ties.

Pakistan's Foreign Office, on Monday, again summoned Richard Hoagland and told him that the resolution was not only a violation of international laws but also against the manifesto of the United Nations.

Official sources said that Hoagland was also asked to conveys Islamabad’s reaction on the matter to Washington.—DawnNews


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