UNGA president-elect’s visit to Pakistan put off


Joined Nations General Assembly (UNGA) President-elect Volkan Bozkir has deferred his forthcoming visit to Pakistan because of “specialized flight issues”.

“We needed to defer my visit to Pakistan, initially booked for 26-27 July, upon greeting by HE Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan Sha Mahmood Qureshi, because of some specialized flight issue,” Bozkir said on Sunday.The Turkish representative added he was anticipating visiting Pakistan sooner rather than later.

“I am wanting to visit Pakistan sooner rather than later and anticipating a productive trade with the Pakistani specialists, in regards to the issues and needs on the United Nations 75th General Assembly plan,” the Turkish ambassador added.Qureshi said he was anticipating inviting the UNGA president to Pakistan soon for a “valuable and productive” visit.Last week, the outside clergyman had said he would introduce Pakistan’s position on involved Kashmir, other provincial issues to the UNGA president during his visit as pressures keep on taking off between the two atomic furnished neighbors.

“India’s relations with its neighbors, including China, Nepal and Bangladesh are getting tense step by step,” Qureshi was cited as saying by Radio Pakistan.

He had included India’s ties in the locale were crumbling because of its Hindutva belief system. “Indeed, even Iran has dropped India from Chabahar venture,” Qureshi included.

The remote clergyman had included India has been focusing on regular folks along LoC and submitting infringement of global laws.

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