Pakistan expresses concern on recent violations of ceasefire by India

Islamabad: At the United Nations, Pakistan has expressed deep concern over the recent escalation of violations of the cease fire at the Line of Control and the Working Boundary by the Indian security forces.

Participating in a debate in General Assembly, Ambassador Masood Khan called upon the Indian Government to immediately observe cease fire and help preserve tranquility. He said United Nations Military Observers Group in India and Pakistan must be enabled to play its role in monitoring the ceasefire. He said Pakistan is pursuing a policy of constructive engagement in the neighborhood to resolve differences.

Meanwhile, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon has also urged India and Pakistan to resolve their outstanding issues through negotiations.

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