Shringla said this was reflected in the bilateral joint statement as well as the joint statement of the Quad leaders summit, which reflected those sentiments to a great extent.
New Delhi: Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Saturday said that all meetings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the US leadership took note of concerns that Pakistan is represented as a country that has in many ways within and outside Afghanistan. Has supported and nurtured cross-border terrorism.Also Read – PM Modi targeted Pak-China without naming names in UNGA, said – no country should use Afghanistan for its selfishness
“There is a feeling that the situation needs to be looked at very carefully, and the international community needs to ensure that Pakistan’s efforts are on,” Shringla told a press conference after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. Fulfill your basic obligations as a member of the community and do nothing against your neighbors or any country in the world. Also Read – Who is Sneha Dubey? Imran Khan was fiercely reprimanded in UNGA, exposed Pakistan’s pole in front of the world
Shringla said this was reflected in the bilateral joint statement as well as the joint statement of the Quad leaders summit, which reflected those sentiments to a great extent. Also Read – In UNGC, India retaliated for Pakistan’s raging Kashmir and calling Geelani a martyr
Shringla said Prime Minister Modi, in his address to the UN General Assembly, underlined that countries using terrorism as a tool should note that it is a “double-edged” sword and it is “equally an issue” for them. Great danger”.