India losing credibility at int’l forums for its aggressive posturing: FM Qureshi

Foreign OfficeIndia losing credibility at int’l forums for its aggressive posturing: FM Qureshi

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that India has been losing its credibility at international forums due to its aggressive posturing.

In a statement on Wednesday, Qureshi said that India’s objection to Pakistan’s political map at the meeting of SCO National Security Advisers was rejected yesterday, which earned embarrassment for India.

   
Shah Mahmood Qureshi - The Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that India has been losing its credibility at international forums due to its aggressive posturing. In a statement on Wednesday, Qureshi said that India's objection to Pakistan's political map at the meeting of SCO National Security Advisers was rejected yesterday, which earned embarrassment for India. The foreign minister said that Russia, being the host of the meeting, did not accept India's perspective. He said that India violated the SCO rules of raising a bilateral issue at the platform. On Tuesday, in the online meeting of the National Security Advisers of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the Indian representative Ajit Doval formally raised an objection against Pakistan on the display of its political map and left the session. However, the SCO National Security Advisers rejected India's objection and agreed to Pakistan's position over the map. Shah Mahmood Qureshi further said that Indian illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) is an internationally recognized disputed territory, and there are also UN resolutions about the issue. The foreign minister said that China repeatedly offered India to resolve issues about Ladakh through dialogue. However, India adopted an aggressive posture and eventually faced humiliation, he said.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi

The foreign minister said that Russia, being the host of the meeting, did not accept India’s perspective. He said that India violated the SCO rules of raising a bilateral issue at the platform.

On Tuesday, in the online meeting of the National Security Advisers of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the Indian representative Ajit Doval formally raised an objection against Pakistan on the display of its political map and left the session.

However, the SCO National Security Advisers rejected India’s objection and agreed to Pakistan’s position over the map.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi further said that Indian illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) is an internationally recognized disputed territory, and there are also UN resolutions about the issue.

The foreign minister said that China repeatedly offered India to resolve issues about Ladakh through dialogue.

However, India adopted an aggressive posture and eventually faced humiliation, he said.

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