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Indian attempts to diplomatically isolate Pakistan have failed: Tehmina Janjua


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Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua stated on Tuesday that India has failed in all its attempts to diplomatically isolate Pakistan in the international community, reported Radio Pakistan.

During a media briefing with journalists at the Ministry of Foreign Office on the eve of her retirement on Tuesday, Janjua said, “Pakistan is an important country of the world and it has always played a constructive role for peace and development in the region”.

Tehmina Janjua retired from her service as Foreign Secretary on Tuesday, having completed 35 years of service at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, her dedicated efforts have been commended by many, including Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. On her last day at MoFA, she addressed journalists who mainly deal with the Foreign Office, and was joined by the newly designated Foreign Secretary, Sohail Mahmood.

Dr. Mohammad Faisal shared a tweet to announce that Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood has assumed charge, and had his first official meeting with Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

Tehmina Janjua observed that Pakistan has many “detractors” and countries that seek to malign it in the international community, particularly India. She stated that Pakistan has succeeded in eliminating all the challenges that it was forced to confront and noted that all attempts by New Delhi to isolate Pakistan in the international community have failed.

Dr. Mohammad Faisal, official spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, shared a series of tweets to share Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua’s last commitment. He informed that Janjua inaugurated the Automation &Accreditation Center of the diplomats and diplomatic missions at the Foreign Office yesterday. Dr. Faisal’s noted stated, “This will not only facilitate diplomats & diplomatic missions avail swift & error-free services but it also falls in line with the PM’s vision of modernization.”

The newly appointed Foreign Secretary Sohail Mehmood also addressed the journalists and answered some questions on Pakistan’s recent international engagements. In response to a question on Prime Minister Imran Khan’s 2-day visit to Iran, which begins on 21st April, Foreign Secretary Mahmood stated that the visit is “important” for the two countries and is being pursued under the agenda of “regional outreach”.

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Newly appointed Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood stressed that Pakistan’s foreign policy is grounded in the agendas of promoting a peaceful and stable neighborhood. He urged New Delhi to put an end to its “blame game” and move towards resolving the Kashmir dispute in order to bring about a “durable peace” across the region.

Earlier today. Dr. Mohammad Faisal shared a tweet to announce that Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood has assumed charge, and had his first official meeting with Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

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