akistan, Turkey, and Azerbaijan have agreed to “resolve all global issues in line with the international law”, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi was quoted as saying by Dawn on Wednesday.
Addressing a joint press conference with his counterparts from Turkey and Azerbaijan, Qureshi said the three leaders talked “atrocities against Muslim minorities and Islamophobia”, as well as the promotion of education and culture.
“We agreed to resolve all global issues in accordance with international law,” he added, underlining that Pakistan had close fraternal relations with both Turkey and Azerbaijan.
The Pak foreign minister according to Dawn spoke of their discussions on cooperation between the three countries in trade, investment, and other areas, as well as rail, road, and air links.
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Speaking of the peace and stability in the region, which he said all three countries wished for, Qureshi said the Kashmiri people were “grateful for the support of Turkey and Azerbaijan”.
The foreign minister as per the newspaper said the people of Pakistan and Kashmiris remained “profoundly grateful” to Turkey and Azerbaijan for their “principled and steadfast support” on the Jammu and Kashmir issue. He said he had informed the ministers about the evolving situation and the alleged “dire situation of human rights violations” in Kashmir.