Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi says Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Malaysia in February while the Turkish president will visit Pakistan next month.
The inaugural camera meeting was held at the Foreign Office of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly, chaired by Chairman Malik Mohammad Ehsanullah Towana, in which Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had special participation.
During the meeting, the Foreign Minister gave a special briefing to the members of the committee on important diplomatic issues including the situation in the Middle East, discrimination of the Modi government, Kashmir issue.
During the briefing, the Foreign Minister said that the United States. Iran is in talks to ease tensions and is in contact with foreign ministers of key countries in the region. After January 3, their first telephonic contact was with Iranian counterparts and their interaction with them was very fruitful.
"Pakistan is determined to play a positive role in reducing tensions, our region cannot afford a war, but if the situation is strained, its effects will affect the entire region and Afghan peace," he said. The process may also be affected. '
He said that Pakistan's stance on the Middle East was appreciated, we said clearly that our land would not be used against any neighbouring country while Prime Minister Imran Khan's statement yesterday was very clear and two. It was clear that Pakistan would not be part of any war and would continue its efforts for peace. ”
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said, "Our relations with the Muslim Ummah are very good and we want to make them more stable. Pakistan has always tried and will play the role of a bridge between the Muslim Ummah." Khan will visit Malaysia while Turkish President Rajab Tayyab Erdogan will visit Pakistan next month.