India's provocative statement is not good for the region : Foreign Office
'India's provocative statement is not good for the region' On the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's defeat of Pakistan in 10 days in the war, the Foreign Office said, "There are provocative statements from India that are not good for the region."
It should be noted that in order to divert attention from the protests against the controversial citizenship law in India, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was capable of defeating Pakistan in any new war in less than 10 days.
Addressing the military personnel, he said that it would not take more than seven to 10 days for our armed forces to clear the dust of Pakistan.
Referring to the unity of Kashmir Day, he said that the Pakistani embassies abroad are also organizing celebrations for the day of solidarity Kashmir.
Responding to a question, he said, “No proposal is currently being considered to merge Azad Kashmir in Pakistan and cannot comment on the constitutional status of Gilgit-Baltistan.
Foreign Minister visits Kenya
Referring to the Foreign Minister's visit to Kenya, he said that the Foreign Minister is currently on an important visit to Kenya where he will preside over an international conference in Nairobi.
He said that "100 Pakistani businessmen are participating in this conference in Kenya."
He says the government has launched commercial diplomacy in Kenya