Our response will always be swift and resolute if our sovereignty is challenged, says air chief
India has committed over 13,600 ceasefire violations since 2003.
Qureshi terms agreement a positive development; Delhi says India desires normal neighbourly relations with Pakistan.
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Indian government took 24 foreign diplomats on a visit to occupied valley.
It will be his first visit to Sri Lanka after assuming the office of prime minister.
The prime minister is scheduled to visit Colombo on a two-day trip from Feb 22.
Foreign secretary briefs foreign envoys on situation in occupied Kashmir.
Working groups start meetings ahead of Feb 22 plenary session.
Washington clarifies its policy on the issue stays unchanged.
Reiterate Pakistan’s ‘unwavering support’ for Kashmiris’ struggle for right to self-determination.
Also exchange views on Covid-19 pandemic and regional and international issues of mutual interest, according to PMO.
Qureshi writes letters to Guterres, Woodward.
“Pakistan has always believed in peaceful settlement of all issues, including the core issue of Kashmir," says FO spokesman.
Says challenges in the foreign policy domain are not new.
None of the nine N-weapon states have signed the agreement
The FATF meeting is scheduled to take place virtually from Feb 22 to 25.
The fund is utilised by the UN to sustain peace in countries or situations at risk or affected by violent conflict.
FM Qureshi says progress in dialogue will “facilitate a reduction in violence, leading to a ceasefire”.