PM raised Kashmir issue at UN in best possible way: President Alvi
LAHORE: President Dr Arif Alvi has said Prime Minister Imran Khan has raised Kashmir issue at the recently-concluded session of the United Nations General Assembly in the best possible way.
Addressing a conference on Kashmir, the president said that the prime minister raised many issues including Islamophobia, blasphemy against Holy Prophet (PBUH), environment and money laundering among others at the UN session.
Regarding the recent tensions in the Middle East, he said the prime minister’s role is being given much importance regarding mediation between Saudi Arabia and Iran besides efforts to solve Afghanistan issue.
He said Pakistan gave great sacrifices when it hosted more than three and half million of Afghan refugees.
Earlier President Arif Alv,i while addressing the inaugural session of the 1st UHS International Dental Conference, said that Pakistan was a peaceful country and its people wanted peace in the region.
He said that a lot of work was needed in the health sector especially in the dentistry field in Pakistan. He urged dentists to spread awareness about dental hygiene and preventive measures in society.
“Your primary target should be addressing the issues before the dental problems start, as a little dental care can save people from contracting the disease,” he added.