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Dr Mohammad Faisal
Spokesperson Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan.
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Australian Deputy Secretary, Deptt. of Foreign Affairs & Trade, Richard Maude, called on Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood. Views exchanged on bilateral cooperation and issues of regional peace and security.
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Imran Khan 11h
Pak welcomes release of Profs Kevin King & Timothy Weeks in Afghanistan. We appreciate steps taken by all involved to make it possible. As part of the int community working to bring peace & end the suffering of the Afghan people, Pak has fully supported & facilitated this release
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Imran Khan 11h
Replying to @ImranKhanPTI
as part of its policy of supporting initiatives for a negotiated political settlement of the Afghan conflict. We hope this step gives a boost of confidence to all parties involved to re-engage in the peace process. Pakistan remains committed to facilitating this peace process.
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Intergovernmental Group on Transport meeting in Kathmandu, today - Pakistan’s continued efforts are finally bearing fruit.
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Gotabaya Rajapaksa Nov 18
I thank PM and people of Pakistan for your warm wishes. I look forward to further enhancing the already warm relations with Pakistan & will endeavour to encourage peaceful and harmonious coexistence and economic progress in the SAARC region
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Nov 18
I have introduced , a concept based on fostering greater connect & interaction. Over a series of sessions throughout the year i am opening the doors to my office to promote exchange of ideas & discussion. Today i was delighted to connect with the Intl media in Pakistan.
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 17
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 17
Replying to @ForeignOfficePk
As regards Minister’s farcical claim that “situation is back to normal” in IoJ&K, question is why ‘normalcy’ is not visible to outside world? For India, there is no escape from reality that its State-sponsored repression cannot break will & spirit of Kashmiri people.(4/4)
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 17
Replying to @ForeignOfficePk
If anything, Commander Kulbhushan Jadhav is face of India’s “export” of terrorism to Pakistan.   India’s frustration is evident from fact that despite its relentless State-terrorism in IOJ&K for decades, it has failed to muzzle peaceful voices of the Kashmiri people.(3/4)
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 17
Replying to @ForeignOfficePk
It is deplorable that to further RSS-BJP extremist ideological & nationalistic agenda, and to divert global attention from gory reality in IoJ&K, senior Indian officials continue to manufacture “facts” both with regard to issue of terrorism and situation in IoJ&K. (2/4)
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 17
rejects unfounded remarks reportedly made by Indian EAM in an interview with French newspaper & in interaction with other media outlets.   This outburst is yet another reflection of India’s characteristic hubris & BJP govt. well-known campaign against Pakistan. (1/4)
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Dr. Arif Alvi Nov 17
It gives me immense pleasure to extend my warmest congratulations on your electoral victory Mr as President of Sri Lanka.We hope to continue working with you for the betterment of our people and to advance our shared interests of regional peace, stability, & prosperity
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 16
Replying to @ForeignOfficePk
Pakistan looks forward to working with the new President and his team to further strengthen the already strong relationship between the two countries. Pakistan expresses the resolve to further fortify the fraternal ties and to take this vital partnership to a new level.
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 16
Replying to @ForeignOfficePk
Pakistan is confident that under his stewardship, Sri Lanka will continue its journey towards greater prosperity and peace. Pakistan appreciates the conduct of a free, fair and peaceful election by the Election Commission and the Government of Sri Lanka.
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 16
Government and leadership of Pakistan warmly felicitate the newly-elected President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, on his electoral victory as the 7th President of the country.
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 16
Regarding media reports about some Pakistanis stranded at Nouakchott Airport (Mauritania), it is clarified that they left for Istanbul this morning. As of now, no Pakistani is stranded at Nouakchott. Pakistan Embassy in Algeria is in close contact with Mauritanian authorities.
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 15
Edhi Foundation Wins Prestigious “Isa Award for Service to Humanity” Press release by
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 15
It is a matter of pride that the Edhi Foundation has received prestigious “Isa Award for Service to Humanity” on 12 November 2019 at the Isa Cultural Center, Bahrain.
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 15
Dr Faisal delivered a talk in Seminar “J&K Dispute: Violation of Int. law by India-Indian Hegemony & Hindutva Threat to Peace” Reiterated that Pakistan’s position on Jammu and Kashmir is consistent and unwavering.
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Dr Mohammad Faisal Nov 14
celebrating 70th Anniversary of National Bank of Pakistan at Foreign Office Branch. appreciated the leading role of NBP in the banking industry.
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