Pakistan, UAE reiterates commitment for enhancing bilateral ties

Biden wants immediate solution to Kashmir issue: US State Department

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Pakistan and United Arab Emirates have agreed to continue working closely for enhancing bilateral ties as well as cooperation in multilateral organizations.

The understanding to this effect was reached during telephonic conversation between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

The two leaders reaffirmed the existing close fraternal relations between Pakistan and the UAE and reiterated the resolve to further solidify and strengthen the multifaceted bilateral relationship.

Prime Minister Imran Khan and UAE Crown Prince, who is also Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, exchanged views on COVID-19 pandemic and other regional and international issues of mutual interest. The US State Department official Zed Tarar has said President Joe Biden wants an immediate solution to Kashmir issue.

While on domestic affairs, Poor and deserving families from across the country have thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan for provision of soft loans through micro financing company Akhuwat to construct their own houses.

According the Prime Minister Office, the government had allocated five billion rupees to Akhuwat to provide loans to the deserving people to have their own roof as per vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

It said so far the Akhuwat has spent 3.35 billion rupees for construction of 7572 units while 2416 applications are under process.

Majority of beneficiaries under this scheme are those people whose financial resources are very limited.

On Kashmir issue, President Joe Biden has made it clear that human rights are a fundamental issue for the United States.

He also said that the US understands that Kashmir is a human rights issue and Washington wants that mobile service and 4G should be restored in Kashmir immediately. Zed Tarar is a Deputy Director of the London Media Hub where he handles media engagement through South Asia.

Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on National Security Moeed Yusuf has urged the world to compel India to implement the UN Security Council resolutions on holding a plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir.

In an interview with Turkish news agency Anadolu, he said India’s unilateral actions in the Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir have paved the way for international community to intervene and resolve the longstanding dispute.

Talking about Pakistan’s relations with India, he said we are dealing with a neighbor who is motivated by expansionist ideology and can go to any extent to undercut Pakistan.

He said we have put out a whole dossier recently to inform the world of what India is doing is unprecedented.

Moeed Yusuf said under BJP regime, India’s relations with all neighboring countries, including China, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, are getting worst.

He said we have also pointed out that India is being a spoiler in Afghanistan, undermining Pakistani sovereignty and stability.

The Special Assistant said New Delhi is involved in maligning Pakistan in every capital, doing identity theft, taking fake NGOs to the UN and breaking every law possible.

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