Pakistan Pm Shehbaz Sharif Rakes Up Kashmir Issue At Unga – Pakistan: In UNGA, Pakistan again raised Kashmir rage, said – war is not an option, solution can be found through talks RS News

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Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has raised the issue of Kashmir in the United Nations General Assembly. He said that we want peace with all our neighbors including India. Shehbaz Sharif said that I think now the time has come for India to understand the message that both the countries are connected to each other.

He said that war is not an option, only peaceful dialogue can resolve the issues so that there is more peace around the world in the times to come. He said that there is a need for a just and permanent solution to the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. Let us tell you that Jammu and Kashmir has always been an integral part of India.

shall we be at peace or keep fighting with each other
Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif told the UN General Assembly that India should take credible steps to create an environment conducive for constructive engagement. We are neighbors and we are forever, the choice is ours whether to live in peace or fight with each other.

Shahbaz Sharif while addressing the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session in New York said that since 1947 we have fought three wars and as a result, only misery, poverty and unemployment have increased on both sides. Now it is up to us to resolve our differences, our problems and our issues through peaceful dialogue and discussion.

Shahbaz Sharif also told the gathering about the devastating floods in Pakistan. He told that due to the severe floods in Pakistan, 1500 people including more than 400 children died in this flood. They are at greater risk due to floods than disease and malnutrition, he said. There, lakhs of people are living in tents.

G4 dissatisfied with lack of progress in UNSC reform
External Affairs Minister of India S. Reform of the UN Security Council is the central theme of Jaishankar’s visit to the US this week. On Thursday, he held meetings with counterparts from Germany, Brazil and Japan under the Group of Four (G4) banner. The primary focus of the G4 is the reform of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and permanent membership of its members.

He reiterated his resolve to push for reforms and expressed dissatisfaction over the lack of progress in this direction. In a tweet after the meeting, Jaishankar said, reiterated the joint resolve to work towards point-based multilateral reform. Our cooperation will continue to achieve this goal. India is currently a non-permanent member of the Council.

His two-year term will end on December 31 this year. In addition to reiterating their support for each other’s efforts to become permanent members of the UNSC, the G4 also supported African countries with permanent and non-permanent representation.

In a joint statement, the G4 said the decision-making bodies of the United Nations needed urgent reform, as global issues continue to become complex and intertwined. The inability of the UNSC to deal with these problems shows an urgent need for reform.

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Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has raised the issue of Kashmir in the United Nations General Assembly. He said that we want peace with all our neighbors including India. Shehbaz Sharif said that I think now the time has come for India to understand the message that both the countries are connected to each other.

He said that war is not an option, only peaceful dialogue can resolve the issues so that there is more peace around the world in the times to come. He said that there is a need for a just and permanent solution to the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. Let us tell you that Jammu and Kashmir has always been an integral part of India.

shall we be at peace or keep fighting with each other

Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif told the UN General Assembly that India should take credible steps to create an environment conducive for constructive engagement. We are neighbors and we are forever, the choice is ours whether to live in peace or fight with each other.

Shahbaz Sharif while addressing the 77th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session in New York said that since 1947 we have fought three wars and as a result, only misery, poverty and unemployment have increased on both sides. Now it is up to us to resolve our differences, our problems and our issues through peaceful dialogue and discussion.

Shahbaz Sharif also told the gathering about the devastating floods in Pakistan. He told that due to the severe floods in Pakistan, 1500 people including more than 400 children died in this flood. They are at greater risk due to floods than disease and malnutrition, he said. There, lakhs of people are living in tents.

G4 dissatisfied with lack of progress in UNSC reform

External Affairs Minister of India S. Reform of the UN Security Council is the central theme of Jaishankar’s visit to the US this week. On Thursday, he held meetings with counterparts from Germany, Brazil and Japan under the Group of Four (G4) banner. The primary focus of the G4 is the reform of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and permanent membership of its members.

He reiterated his resolve to push for reforms and expressed dissatisfaction over the lack of progress in this direction. In a tweet after the meeting, Jaishankar said, reiterated the joint resolve to work towards point-based multilateral reform. Our cooperation will continue to achieve this goal. India is currently a non-permanent member of the Council.

His two-year term will end on December 31 this year. In addition to reiterating their support for each other’s efforts to become permanent members of the UNSC, the G4 also supported African countries to have permanent and non-permanent representation.

In a joint statement, the G4 said the decision-making bodies of the United Nations needed urgent reform, as global issues continue to become complex and intertwined. The inability of the UNSC to deal with these problems shows an urgent need for reform.

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