Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi justified the performance of the administration’s foreign strategy under his watch. He featured that because of Islamabad’s fruitful attempts to counter negative understandings, the world was done no longer buying the Indian narrative blindly.
He featured the importance of building a narrative and referred to an example that Indians had sharply and cleverly referred to the Kashmiris’ attempts as terrorism. As the outcome, the guiltless Kashmiris were being blamed for terrorism although, similar to Pakistan, they were being abused.
FM said, “Except if we counter this narrative, our worldwide image can’t be improved. And, you saw that through the narrative building, Pakistan made progress.”
He proceeded to state that Pakistan had satisfied the world that it had lost 70,000 lives to terrorism hence it ought not to be blamed for supporting terrorism.
Today the global press isn’t accepting the Indian narrative blindly. The question instead, he said.
Previously Pakistan was seen as the issue for each Afghanistan’s roadblock however, the circumstance currently is totally differently.
Presently, through the progressive narrative building, Pakistan is being seen as the solution, not the issue. That is the qualitative change that has occurred.
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