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India’s stance on Kashmir ‘now not accepted’ internationally: FM Qureshi

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Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi addressing a ceremony in Islamabad, on October 12, 2020. — Geo NewsISLAMABAD: The world has acknowledged Pakistan’s narrative on Kashmir and it now not accepts India’s stance on the problem, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated Monday.Addressing a ceremony, he stated India, by means of its conspiracies, portrayed the folks’s wrestle for freedom in Indian occupied Kashmir as terrorism.”India cunningly trampled on Kashmir’s right to self-determination,” FM Qureshi stated, including that Pakistan wanted to counter India’s “negative propaganda”.The international minister — speaking in regards to the Afghan peace — stated that the world was accepting Pakistan’s position in within the course of. “America has also acknowledged Pakistan’s narrative when it comes to the Afghan peace process.”He burdened that the international coverage was the nation’s “first line of defence”, including that Pakistan must develop its international relations wing to advertise its narrative successfully.Talking about digital diplomacy, the international minister stated that it was the necessity of the hour. “Nowadays, breaking news trend is everywhere. Not even a second passes and a news gets aired, and we get a call asking for our response.”The international minister stated {that a} strategic division had been established within the Foreign Office which can concentrate on how Pakistan’s narrative will be promoted throughout the globe.The international minister, speaking in regards to the nation’s monetary issues, stated: “If we remain weak, economically, then we will always have to rely on the International Monetary Fund and other institutions.”Touching upon the necessary position of media in Pakistan, the international minister stated: “Indeed, the media is the fourth pillar of the state.”

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