Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Friday that he would not go to a gathering of outside priests from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Abu Dhabi this end of the week since his Indian partner had been welcome to the occasion.
World News: I won’t go to the board of outside pastors,” Mr. Qureshi stated, including that lower positioning authorities would take care of speak to Pakistan’s interests. India has been welcome to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Abu Dhabi, in which External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is planned to talk on Friday. I wrote to OIC to reclaim the welcome to India and on the off chance that they won’t most likely do this, I won’t probably take an interest. I have concluded that I won’t go OIC,” he said amid a joint session of Parliament.
“We have 19 goals there which additionally incorporates Kashmir issue, in this manner our lower level authorities will be available to protect Pakistan’s goals, in short in the event that somebody attempts to give India an onlooker status we can restrict it,” he included.
Daybreak revealed that Mr. Qureshi had asked for them to survey the choice to welcome Ms. Swaraj.
“UAE said that when we expanded the welcome, Pulwama had not happened. On the off chance that it had, the case would have been contrast. Presently we have expanded welcome it is difficult to withdraw yet they would in any case counsel,” Dawn additionally detailed Mr. Qureshi as saying.
It is out of the blue that India has been welcome to a gathering of the OIC, a powerful gathering of 57 Islamic nations, as the visitor of respect. Mr. Qureshi on Thursday said the OIC is “our home” so he will go there however won’t hold chats with Ms. Swaraj. Prior, he had said that he would blacklist the gathering if Ms. Swaraj takes an interest.