Pakistan seek support from yet another Islamic country over Occupied Kashmir in Human Rights Council in Geneva

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Pakistan seek support from yet another Islamic country over Occupied Kashmir in Human Rights Council in Geneva

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan seek support from yet another Islamic country over Occupied Kashmir in Human Rights Council in Geneva.

Pakistan seeks Bahrain’s support in the OIC and Human Rights Council in Geneva on Kashmir issue.

A delegation led by Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani called on King of Bahrain Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa in Bahrain.

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman Senate said both the countries enjoy similarities of views on major issues and have supported each other in testing times.

Sanjrani also raised the situation in Indian occupied Kashmir and said that Indian atrocities and lockdown have entered 7th month and the Indian government is involved in brutal violation of human rights in occupied valley.

He also appreciated Bahrain’s support in the OIC and Human Rights Council in Geneva on Kashmir issue.

The King of Bahrain lauded Pakistan’s efforts for promoting regional peace, stability and development.

Foreign Policy