In the time of tension between the two neighbor countries India and Pakistan is increasing after the Uri attack, the Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif on Sunday arrived in New York to attend the 71st UNGA (United Nations General Assembly). There he would introduced Islamabad’s position on important global and regional issues before the large gatherings of world leaders.
Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States Jalil Abbas Jilani, ambassador to the UN Malleha Lodhi and senior officers of the Pakistani Mission received the PM at New York’s Kennedy International Airport.
Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry earlier said reporters that the PM specifically addressed the Kashmir issue. There he likely to talk about the ‘human rights abuses’ in the valley.
He will also appeal the global community and the United Nations to step in the Kashmir issue to implement UN resolutions.
According to a Prime Minister House statement, except the UNGA, the PM will hold talks with Prime minister of Britain, Nepal, Japan, New Zealand, Romania, the President of Iran and UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon.