Pakistan Foreign Office strongly reacts over Uranium theft in India
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson has expressed deep concerns over reported theft of uranium in India.
He said we expect the international community to be alive to the situation and not side step nuclear security concerns for political consideration or commercial interests.
Expressing deep concerns over deteriorating situation in occupied Kashmir, the spokesperson pointed out that the UN report on human rights situation in the held valley and its endorsement by the UN secretary general is a success of Pakistan's foreign policy.
About the holding of holy Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) cartoon competition in the Netherlands, the spokesperson said Pakistan has taken steps to lodge the protest at all levels.
He said the foreign minister has also written a letter to the Secretary General OIC asking for collective action of Muslim countries to register protest with the Dutch authorities.
He said Pakistan has already conveyed its condemnation to the Netherlands and the European Union on this deliberate attempt to vilify Islam. He said we should respect each other's religious belief and sacred personalities. He said such incidents should not go unpunished as these provoke the sentiments of the people in the Muslim world.