Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi held a phone discussion with his Japanese partner Toshimitsu Motegi and talked about the Covid-19 outbreak with him .
Emphasizing that the outbreak was the toughest challenge to face humankind this century, the foreign minister gave sympathies over lost valuable lives and praised the effectual measures being taken by Japan to control the occurrence.
He expressed gratitude toward Japan for its help to Pakistan to battle the outbreak, while passing on his certainty that Pakistanis in Japan will be taken care of, he guaranteed Foreign Minister Motegi of all conceivable assistance of Japanese nationals in Pakistan.
The two ministers interchanged views about the socio-economic results of the outbreak.
Featuring that the growing nations needed to battle on two fronts: controlling the infection and fighting off hunger, Qureshi advised Motegi about Prime Minister Imran Khan’s “Worldwide Initiative on Debt Relief” for growing nations.
The foreign minister emphasized that without quick, organized and far reaching activities to make economic space, the growing nation may need to fight with critical social, political and financial results.
Addressing the circumstance in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir ‘IOJ&K’, he featured that human rights violation were proceeding with concerns had increased about spread of the infection because of limitations on information spreading and liberated access to medical and other fundamental supplies.
There were additionally worries about threat of Indian Muslims with regards to Covid-19 and developing Islamophobia, FM Qureshi said.
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