UN General Assembly President Volkan Bozkir held a joint press conference with Foreign Minister Shah Mehmud Qureshi in Islamabad on Thursday, saying the UN General Assembly would not meet until peace recovers in the Middle East.
On the Palestinian issue, Bozkir said the United Nations’ inaction on the Palestinian issue had damaged its credibility.
“The failure to act on Palestine, which is a serious matter, undermines the credibility of the United Nations and the Security Council,” Bozkir said, adding that we hope the Security Council will also get a unanimous vote on this important and necessary Subject. hearing problem.
Hundreds of Palestinians died in gross human rights violations, said Bozkir. “Negotiations are urgently needed to form two independent countries. The UN General Assembly will not stand by until peace in the Middle East is restored,” he said.
The UN Secretary-General also spoke on the Kashmir issue, saying he was well aware of the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, adding that he knew who ordinary Pakistanis were.
“I always urge countries not to change the status of the disputed territories. I urge India and Pakistan to work towards a peaceful solution to this problem,” he said, adding that peace, stability, and prosperity depend on normalizing Pakistan – India’s relations. By resolving the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
Bozkir also spoke of the coronavirus pandemic, saying a coronavirus vaccine is needed by rich and poor countries alike, adding that the government’s efforts are paying off.
Regarding Afghanistan, Volkan Bozkir said peace in the country was important for stability in the region.
“The Afghan peace process must be owned and managed by Afghanistan,” he said, assessing Pakistan’s role in the Afghan peace process.