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Pakistan will take decision on Iran gas project in national interest, Ishaq Dar

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Web Desk: Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar has made it clear that Pakistan-Iran Gas Pipeline concerns are not America’s or Saudi Arabia’s concerns, every decision will be taken in Pakistan’s interest.
After attending the 15th Islamic summit in Banjul, the capital of the Gambia, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister gave a briefing to the media and said that there were meetings with the delegations of many countries in the Gambia and with the return of the Prime Minister, the Saudi . Foreign Minister under the heading I came to Pakistan as a delegation.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar said that Pakistan will not allow anyone to veto its affairs, and that it will take a decision on the gas pipeline project with Iran in the interest of the country.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar has said that a special representative has been appointed regarding the events of Islamophobia at a global level on our proposal at the meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
The foreign minister called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, an end to the use of indiscriminate force and efforts to provide humanitarian aid to the besieged Palestinians and urged the UN Security Council to implement its resolution.
He said that the settlement of the Israelis in the Palestinian territories should be stopped and the property of the local Palestinians should be stopped and unless Palestine is recognized as an independent state according to the 1967 border, and Al-Quds will not be its capital. , then the Palestinian problem will not be solved.
Ishaq Dar said that my second agenda was the Kashmir issue and the third agenda was to talk to develop an action plan for like-minded countries against the growing incidents of Islamophobia at the global level and our team fulfilled its responsibility.
The Deputy Prime Minister said that the participants of the meeting were told that India has created the worst conditions in Occupied Kashmir and that the conditions are no different from Gaza and Palestine.
He said we call on the OIC to persuade India to withdraw the unilateral measures of August 5, 2019 and to end the measures taken as a result, stop the human rights violations immediately and release all the Kashmiri prisoners including Yasin Malik.

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