Pak Foreign Minister boycotted SAARC Foreign Ministers meeting | Master Stroke

27 Sep 2019 11:04 PM

Pak Foreign Minister boycotted SAARC Foreign Ministers meeting | Master Stroke

Updated 27 Sep 2019 11:04 PM

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi kept away from the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Foreign Ministers meeting as Jaishankar was giving his address, and once the Indian minister finished and left, the Pakistan minister made his entry. Qureshi said his country will not engage with India "until and unless they lift the siege" in Kashmir. When pressed further on his late arrival, Qureshi said he does not want to sit with the Indian minister as a mark of protest over Kashmir.
 
After the SAARC meeting, Jaishankar tweeted saying that the elimination of terrorism in all its forms is a precondition not only for fruitful cooperation but also for the very survival of the South Asian region.

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