ISLAMABAD (Web Desk/APP) – Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry has briefed five permanent members of Security Council in the Foreign Office against Indian extremism and brutality in Kashmir, reported Tuesday.
Chaudhry briefed ambassadors from Britain, Russia, United States, China and France.
Meanwhile, it has been decided by the government to call a conference by end of July of all Pakistani ambassadors appointed across the world.
The Foreign Secretary said that Pakistan is highly concerned over the atrocities Kashmiris are being subjected to. He urged the attendees to increase pressure on India to abide by United Nations resolutions pertaining to Kashmir.
A conference of all Pakistani ambassadors has been summoned on instructions of the premier. The meeting will take into account the recent pertinent developments including arrest of Indian spy, Kulbhushan Jadhav, recent tensions at Pakistan-Afghanistan Torkham border and Kashmir policy.
Reports said that preparations for the conference have already begun in supervision of Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Tariq Fatemi.
Before the conference will conclude, ambassadors would be assigned dedicated tasks regarding foreign policy.
According to the latest reports, as many as 32 Kashmiris have been martyred in cold blood in the fresh episode of violence after a freedom fighter called Burhan Wani, an alleged commander of Hizbul Mujahideen, a separatist group, was gunned down in a gun battle with Indian troops.