FM Qureshi telephones South African counterpart to apprise IoK situation
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi made a telephonic contact with his South African counterpart Naledi Pandor and apprised her of the prevailing situation in Occupied Kashmir.
FM Qureshi said that India is committing worst form of human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir,
He said that the people of the occupied territory are facing great difficulties due the curfew imposed by India there over the last twelve days, adding that the people have no access to medicines and food while all sources of communications including mobile and internet have been blocked there.
FM Qureshi also briefed South African counterpart about the contours of the letter he wrote to the UN Security Council.
Expressing concern over the situation in Kashmir, the South African counterpart said that she will immediately contact the parliamentarians of her country on the matter. She hinted at bringing a joint resolution from the South African parliament about the Kashmir situation.