G20 meet: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that India is misusing its position as G-20 chair to host the meeting in Kashmir.
G20 meet: Pakistan is shocked to see the success of G-20. He has once again sung the Kashmir melody. Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said the international community has turned a blind eye to “India’s barbarism”. Zardari in the Pakistan Occupied Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly on Monday accused the international community regarding Kashmir. Bilawal Bhutto said that India’s barbarism in Jammu and Kashmir has turned a blind eye. Strongly criticizing the international community, he said, “It is not wise to sacrifice time-honored principles for short-term interests.”
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari did not calm down here. Zardari further said that today I want to ask the world whether a country can be allowed to go back on its commitments to the United Nations, break its own promises and openly violate international law just because Yes, because that country wants so. I must add here that our commitments under UN Security Council resolutions are sacrosanct. They neither change according to the whims of any nationalist political party nor do they weaken with the passage of time.’
India misusing G-20 presidency: Bilawal Bhutto
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that India is misusing its position as G-20 chair to host the meeting in Kashmir. Zardari said that this is a display of India’s arrogance on the world stage. Taking a dig at the European countries joining the G-20, he said, “When it comes to Europe, these countries take a tough stand on international law and UN Security Council resolutions, but the same country takes the same international stand in the case of Kashmir.” Turning a blind eye to the violation of the law.
Bilawal said that for Pakistan the resolution of the Kashmir issue is not a matter of choice, but a matter of duty. The Pakistani foreign minister said, “My presence here today is proof of our country’s generational support and abiding commitment to the cause of Kashmir.”
Pakistan agitated by G-20 tourism working group meeting
Let me tell you, the three-day meeting of the G-20 Tourism Working Group started in Srinagar on Monday. Whose discussion is in full swing. Pakistan tried hard that the member countries should not participate in the meeting organized in Kashmir, but except two-four countries, all are participating in it. Pakistan is furious about this and has now come down to criticizing the countries participating in the meeting. Barring the G-20 member countries Saudi Arabia, Turkey and China, the remaining 17 countries are participating in the G-20 meeting being held in Kashmir. Seeing the success of the G-20 meeting in Kashmir, Pakistan seems to be upset.