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India Criticize Pakistan in UN: India has once again given a befitting reply to Pakistan in a meeting of the United Nations. On Wednesday, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar’s reply after Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari raised the issue of Kashmir in the UN is being discussed a lot. Slamming Pakistan without naming any country, Jaishankar said, “The credibility of the United Nations depends on an effective response to the major challenges of our time, be it pandemics, climate change, conflict or terrorism.” Don’t be.
He further said, “The question of justifying what the world considers unacceptable should not arise.” Pointing to Pakistan, he said, “This certainly applies to a country sponsoring cross-border terrorism.” . He said that neither hosting Osama bin Laden nor attacking the parliament of a neighboring country can serve as evidence to preach before this Council.
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Jaishankar’s reaction came after Bhutto raised the Kashmir issue during a meeting of the UNSC convened to debate the New Orientation for Reformed Multilateralism (NORM) under India’s December presidency. Pakistan’s Foreign Minister said that the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is primarily responsible for maintaining international peace and security.
EAM @DrSJaishankar hits out at Pakistan as Pak FM Bilawal Bhutto Zardari raked up Kashmir at the UNSC @ABPNews pic.twitter.com/F4URoidssn— Ashish Kumar Singh (ABP News) (@AshishSinghLIVE) December 14, 2022
EAM @DrSJaishankar hits out at Pakistan as Pak FM Bilawal Bhutto Zardari raked up Kashmir at the UNSC @ABPNews pic.twitter.com/F4URoidssn
— Ashish Kumar Singh (ABP News) (@AshishSinghLIVE) December 14, 2022
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Jaishankar said, “Multilateral solutions under the umbrella of the Security Council provide the most effective approach to promoting peace and resolving conflicts. The parties to a dispute cannot advocate multilateral process, multilateral reforms one day and insist on bilateral path the next day and finally implement unilateral action.
Bilawal Bhutto had said this
Amidst the demand for India’s inclusion in the Security Council, Bhutto said, “Adding new permanent members to the UNSC will numerically reduce the chances of most of the UN member states being present in the Security Council.” We should follow the sovereign equality of all, not the supremacy of a few.
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