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Pakistan

Pakistan committed for liberation of Palestine

Pakistan strongly condemned Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories and turning them into Israeli settlements
03 Mar 2020
  • Pakistan strongly condemned Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories and turning them into Israeli settlements.
  • He said that Pakistan had not recognized Israel and would continue raising its voice against the Israeli atrocities in Palestine on all international and regional forums.
  • The ambassador said that unity and solidarity between Muslim countries was essential for resolving disputes and problems faced by the Muslim Ummah.

ISLAMABAD: Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser on Tuesday said that the people of Pakistan were committed for liberation of Palestine and their hearts beat with their Palestinian brothers.

He said that both the countries were tied in eternal bonds of religion, history and culture. Pakistan strongly condemned Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories and turning them into Israeli settlements which were historically part of Palestine, he added.

He expressed these views while talking to Palestinian Ambassador to Pakistan Ahmed Jawad Rabi in a meeting at Parliament House , said a press release issued here.

They  discussed the current situation in Palestine and Kashmir, issues facing by Ummah and other issues of mutual interest.

He said that Pakistan had not recognized Israel and would continue raising its voice against the Israeli atrocities in Palestine on all international and regional forums.

He said that Palestinian liberation was an indigenous movement and international community should assert its pressure on Israel to accept the just demand and vacate the occupied territory.

The speaker said that Pakistan believed in settlement of all disputes through negotiations and would continue to provide moral, diplomatic support to the Palestinian people.

He also apprised the ambassador about latest situation in Kashmir and asked for extending support at international forum.

The speaker said that the Pakistan believed in the Muslim unity and was playing its due role in achieving  the objective.

He added that Prime Minister Imran Khan highlighted the issues faced by the Muslim Ummah in his address to the UN General Assembly, adding the government under the vision of the prime minister was working to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state.

Palestinian Ambassador Ahmad Jawad Rabi appreciated the solidarity and goodwill for Palestine, saying that Palestine considers Pakistan a brother and trusted friend and appreciated its close relations with Pakistan.

He said that Palestinians considered Pakistan as their home and were grateful to the Pakistani people for their unwavering support for the freedom movement.

"Pakistan is the most important country in the Islamic world and its role is commendable for the unity of the Muslim community," he added.

The ambassador said that unity and solidarity between Muslim countries was essential for resolving disputes and problems faced by the Muslim Ummah.

He expressed his gratitude for giving educational opportunities to more than 50,000 Palestinian students who graduated from Pakistani universities and were contributing to the development of Palestine.

He suggested for enhancing parliamentary interaction between  the two countries.