ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has paid tributes to the oppressed Kashmiris and Palestinians and their leaders engaged in the struggle for self-determination.
According to details, in a statement on the occasion of International Day today, the Foreign Office spokesman said that today is the day to show solidarity with the victims of terrorism. “We pay tribute to all those affected by terrorism, including those in occupied Kashmir and Palestine,” the Foreign Office spokesman in a statement said.
In a statement, the Foreign Office spokesman said that the sacrifices made by Pakistan against terrorism were unparalleled in the world. Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said that all forms of terrorism around the world are reprehensible. Security forces fought against terrorism to protect the country and the world.
Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said that Pakistan sacrificed 80,000 lives against terrorism. Pakistan fought tirelessly against terrorism during the two-decade-long war. Keeping in mind that the International Day of Solidarity with the Victims of Terrorism is being observed today, the United Nations has called on the international community to take practical steps to reduce hate crimes and increase interfaith harmony.
In May, the UN General Assembly approved the observance of World Day in memory of the victims of violence and terrorism based on religion or belief two years ago and to pay tribute to those affected.