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Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Foreign Minister of Pakistan.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Nov 9
جشنِ عید میلادالنبی( صلی اللہ علیہ وآلہ وسلم ) مبارک۔
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Nov 7
The Kartarpur Sahib corridor is symbolic of the peace, love & harmony we endeavour to further in the region, with our PM's fundamental vision to respect the very sanctity of these sacred lands for the Sikh community and to revive the lost heritage of the Sikh legacy in Pakistan.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Nov 7
As Pakistan prepares to open the historic Kartarpur Sahib corridor, I had the honour of attending a photo exhibition in Singapore, tracing the footsteps of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Sahib’s journey within Pakistan.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Nov 6
6 Pakistani startups introduce their products/solutions at Singapore Fintech Festival next week on the platform, an initiative of the Pakistan High Commission and our diaspora. Proud of our youth for leading the way in the global tech revolution.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Oct 20
One year in, tax filers are up by 44%, current account deficit is down by 32%. In the last 3 months tax collection has increased by 15% & current account deficit decreased by 64%. PM Imran Khan’s visionary leadership & the dedication of our economic team is coming to fruition.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Oct 20
PTI inherited an economy on the brink of collapse. Debt stood at a record high, C/A deficit was massive & mounting, exports shrinking & imports growing. Tax to GDP ratio stood as one of the lowest in S. Asia. In Sep 2019, Economic Indicators are showing great improvement.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 30
On the completion of her tenure as Pakistan's Ambassador to UN, I would like to extend my gratitude to Ambassador for serving her country with utmost dignity, diligence and honour. Wish her all the very best with her future endeavours.
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PTI Sep 26
Away from the pomp & pageantry, holed up in meeting rooms & conf halls, Pakistan is actively pursuing aggressive diplomacy; Engaging everyone from world leaders to global movers, Pakistan forges relations for peace, health, security. Flag of Naya Pakistan flies high at !
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 25
Today at OIC meeting on Kashmir on sidelines of , Pakistan urged collective & individual sanction of India. World must put humanity over trade, brotherhood over business. Our position is clear: cannot trust a Govt that has no respect for beliefs and lives of all, equally.
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PTI Sep 25
Replying to @PTIofficial
Ending the briefing on a humanitarian note, SMQ called on the OIC states to collectively & individually sanction India until the curfew is not lifted. To put humanity over trade, and brotherhood over business especially over a govt that has no respect for the beliefs of the OIC.
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PTI Sep 25
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi met Federica Mogherini the EU representative for foreign affairs. The two discussed the ongoing curfew in IoK as it enters its 51st day. The continuing curfew & human rights violations are of grave concern.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 25
Pakistan will continue to highlight Indian atrocities and the illegality of their actions at and apprise every nation of the plight of Kashmiris. It is our hope and our endeavour to shake the world into action.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 25
Yesterday, first ever conference on Kashmir as ‘oldest conflict in the world’ was held in the French by where reps from think tanks and orgs discussed the Kashmir dispute from a historical perspective, current developments & the future of Kashmir.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 25
The OIC has consistently shared our concerns over the gross violations in IOK & the world’s organisations on Human Rights, Civil Society & multi faith groups have unequivocally condemned the ongoing brutality in IOK & called for lifting of the curfew which is 51 days old today.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 25
At President Trump reiterated his desire for a negotiated settlement to the Kashmir conflict during his meeting with PM Modi. A view echoed by UN Sec Gen. Guterres who in his address referred to “elevated tension” and that differences must be addressed through dialogue.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 25
Kashmir: the world is listening. Yesterday, Pres in his address at said a resolution to the Kashmir conflict was essential for the peace & stability of South Asia. Today he told the world that IOJK has turned into an open prison & he fears for bloodshed there.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 21
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 20
Yesterday in the holy city of Madinah this young man told me he has not spoken to his ageing parents in 48 days. He told me of the unprecedented violence in Pulwama in IOK. I promised him Pakistan is fighting at every diplomatic forum for the rights of Kashmiris.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 18
EU Parliament discussed present situation in IOK for the first time in 12 yrs. 23 MEPs participated; majority acknowledged Pakistan’s stance on IOK & pressed India to prevent further abuse of Human Rights calling it unacceptable. Indian actions pose a threat to regional peace.
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi Sep 11
Quaid's vision 'Kashmir is the Jugular Vein of Pakistan' resonates strongly today. India’s unilateral action has busted the myth of Indian secularism & reaffirmed the two-nation theory which under the indomitable leadership of Quaid-i-Azam, formed the basis for Pakistan.
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