Islamabad: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Monday said that the Saudi Arabia has neither asked Islamabad to return its loan nor has it suspended oil supply to Pakistan, adding that India has failed to project the impression that things are improving in Kashmir.
Pak FM said that, Saudi Arabia has also not changed its stance on Kashmir.
FM Qureshi said that China had rejected India’s August 5 move and termed it ‘unilateral’, thanking Beijing for its clear stance on the Kashmir issue.
Speaking on so called Indian atrocities in Kashmir, the Pak minister said that India has failed to project the impression that things are improving in Kashmir.
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“Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have the same stance on [normalising relations with] Israel,” he said, adding that Pakistan’s stance has not wavered.
The Pak foreign minister spoke about Chinese President Xi Jinping’s upcoming visit to Pakistan, describing it as one of “utmost importance”, adding that China is also supporting the peace process in Afghanistan.