Pakistan FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi exposed Indian government on foreign soil
ISLAMABAD - Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi says the peace agreement between the United States and the Afghan Taliban will set the tone for inclusive intra-Afghan dialogue.
Talking to Afghan media in Doha today (Friday), he said tomorrow is a big day for Afghanistan.
He said it is a great opportunity.
Earlier, in a statement, the Foreign Minister said representatives from fifty countries, including foreign ministers of different countries, will be attending the signing ceremony.
He said Pakistan has been invited to become part of this entire process and participate in it.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said this is an honor for Pakistan and acknowledgement of its efforts.
He said India made its utmost efforts to create hurdles in the Afghan peace agreement but in vain.
The Foreign Minister said the world is lauding the role of Pakistan for establishment of peace in Afghanistan.
He said Afghan peace agreement and critical situation of New Delhi are being currently discussed in Doha.
He said entire world media is talking about the emerging genocide like situation in New Delhi.
He said people are questioning whether this is secular face of India.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the hooligans of RSS are setting properties on fire with the backing of police.
They are targeting Muslims and hoisting their flags on mosques.
Meanwhile, in an informal chat with people in Doha today, the Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Indian brutalities and atrocities in Occupied Kashmir are threat to regional peace and stability.
He said massive human rights violations by Indian troops in Occupied Kashmir are matter of concern for entire international community.
He also expressed regret that Hindu extremists are targeting Muslim minorities in New Delhi but police is reluctant to take action.