Shah Mahmood Qureshi discussed telephonic contact with foreign ministers
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi discussed telephonic contact with foreign ministers of different countries including Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey on the situation arising in the region after Iranian general Qasim Sulaimani in the US invasion of Iraq. emphasized.
Foreign Minister Aisha Farooqi said in a statement that Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi spoke to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and the Iranian Foreign Ministers by telephone.
Referring to the Foreign Minister's contact, the Foreign Office said that "the situation in the region was discussed in detail".
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi called on Pakistan's deep concern over the current situation and called for patience to avoid conflict and reduce tensions.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi reminded all parties to resolve disputes peacefully according to the UN Charter.
In a telephonic conversation, the Foreign Minister assured the foreign ministers of the region that Pakistan would not be part of any conflict in the region and would not allow its territory to be used against any other state at any cost.
According to the statement, the Foreign Minister spoke about Pakistan and said that it is hoped that the Afghan peace process will continue and further progress will be made.
The Foreign Office added in the statement that "Pakistan will continue to play its role in reducing tension in the region and maintaining peace and stability".
Earlier, Director-General of the Army's Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor said in a statement regarding tensions between the United States and Iran that Pakistan should allow its territory to be used against anyone. Will not give
Referring to Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa's statement during a special interaction with a private TV channel, the DGISPR had said, "We will not allow our land to be used against anyone." And will do everything that will bring the region to peace.
He said that the Prime Minister had said that "Pakistan will not be a party to anything or anything but only a partner of peace".
The situation in the region has worsened, with Iranian general Qasim Sulaimani and the commander of the Iraqi Paramilitary Force killed in a US attack near the airport in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.