The Foreign Office raised on Thursday Pakistan’s considerations on India’s ceasefire violations alongside the Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary with UN Security Council’s 5 everlasting members.
The UN Security Council everlasting members embody China, France, Russia, UK and US.
According to a press release, the heads of P5 states have been briefed by Janjua in addition to the DGMO Maj Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza in Islamabad on the surge in violations from the Indian aspect, notably prior to now two months.
The international secretary underscored the necessity to cease the unprecedented escalation by the Indian military on the LoC.
She stated that the ceasefire violations in populated areas has led to the martyrdom of 45 civilians as effectively critical accidents to 155 on this 12 months alone. The victims embody a giant variety of ladies and kids, she added.
The international secretary stated the violations have been happening in full disregard to the 2003 Ceasefire Understanding and of International Law.
Indian regime’s actions, Janjua stated, have been a critical menace to the upkeep of regional peace.
“While emphasizing the important role of the United Nations Military Observers Group (UNMOGIP) which has the mandate for maintaining peace and tranquility at the LoC and the Working Boundary,” the communique learn. “However, India is not cooperative and limits their access. ”
Pakistan, it stated, maintains that India ought to allow UNMOGIP to play its mandated position in keeping with the us resolutions to make sure peace.
The international secretary stated that the scenario has been aggravated by the latest statements popping out of New Delhi and the so known as 2016 ‘surgical strike’ in Pakistani territory, and claims of repeating such a misadventure.
While the DGMO gave a complete presentation on the present scenario, heads of the missions assured they might convey the nation’s considerations to their respective capitals.
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