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UN credibility at stake on Palestine, occupied Kashmir: Ambassador Lodhi

New York: Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN, Dr Maleeha Lodhi said at the United Nations that if the Security Council did not implement its own resolutions on Palestine and Kashmir, people across the world can lose faith in the international body. Speaking in the debate on the Middle East, she …

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‘Daydream to think strategy of force, coercion would work in Afghanistan,’Ambassador Lodhi tells UN

United Nations: Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi, during Saturday’s UN Security Council debate on Afghanistan has said that it t is delusional to think that simply executing a strategy of force and coercion in Afghanistan will work when the past 17 years are witness to  otherwise. …

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UN Security Council to vote today on draft rejecting US decision on Jerusalem

United Nations: The UN Security Council will vote today on a draft resolution that would reject US President Donald Trump´s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, diplomats said. Egypt requested the vote on Sunday, a day after it presented the measure that is likely to be vetoed …

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UNGA adopts Pakresolution stressing inter-religious dialogue

United Nations: The UN General Assembly Monday passed a resolution, by consensus, on promoting inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue to advance a culture of peace and non-violence based on education, tolerance, dialogue and cooperation in the world. Sponsored by Pakistan and the Philippines, the text reaffirmed the solemn commitment of all …

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US stands isolated at UN over Trump’s Jerusalem move

United Nations: United States in the latest diplomatic fallout has stood alone as, one after another, fellow UN Security Council members criticised Trump´s decision in an emergency meeting of the world body. With Trump´s decision having drawn near universal condemnation, the United States saw itself isolated at the Security Council …

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