ISLAMABAD - Pakistan officially responds over sensitive issue of Turkish Military operations in Syria.
PAKISTAN Foreign Office spokesman Dr Faisal has said Pakistan appreciated Turkey 's role in finding a viable solution to the conflict in Syria and acknowledged its humanitarian efforts of hosting 3.5 million Syrian refugees on its soil.
He said Pakistan recognized Turkey 's legitimate security concerns in the region and stressed that a political solution to the Syrian conflict be reached at the earliest, taking into account concerns of all regional stakeholders.
Dr Faisal said as Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir continued, Pakistan was making efforts to highlight the issue on every international avenue and forum.
“This is a persistent and consistent pattern of efforts, and Pakistan will never inch back from raising voice for the eight million Kashmiris who have been confined under continuous communication lockdown and curfew," he said.
The spokesman said Pakistan's diplomatic efforts had cornered India, that had no way left to justify its wrongs in the Valley.
On prospects of resumption of the stalled process of SAARC (South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation), he said dates were being worked out after the Indian objection was vacated, raised during the SAARC ministerial council of foreign ministers' consultative meeting, held on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly.