- Munir Akram conveys letter from FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi to UNSC President Abdou Abarry.
- Letter highlights grave human rights violations by India in Jammu and Kashmir.
- Worsening situation in held Valley poses threat to world peace.
WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s permanent representative to the United Nations Munir Akram has given Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s letter highlighting the human rights violations in Indian-held Kashmir to United Nations Security Council (UNSC) President Abdou Abarry.
Ambassador Akram called on the UN official to convey to him the federal minister’s letter that has a message about the grim humanitarian violations being allowed by the Indian government in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Taking to social media, Akram said, “Today, I personally conveyed letter from my FM H.E Shah Mahmood Qureshi to H.E. Abdou Abarry,President UNSC, expressing Pakistan’s deep concern over grave violations of human rights in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir & the accompanying threat to int’l peace & security.”
In his letter, FM Qureshi has expressed Pakistan’s deep concern over the grave violations of human rights in the held Valley and the accompanying threat to international peace and security.