PAK teases PM Modi’s highest honor for UAE, says bilateral relations are above religious sentiments


Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that bilateral relations of countries are above religious sentiments. According to media reports, Qureshi was trying not to respect Prime Minister Narendra Modi being awarded the highest honor of the Gulf country.

Qureshi’s statement comes at a time when Pakistan’s Senate President Sadiq Sanjrani canceled his official visit to the UAE on Sunday. A day earlier, Prime Minister Modi was awarded the ‘Order of Zayed’, the UAE’s highest civilian honor. Sanjrani was scheduled to visit the UAE with a parliamentary delegation from 25 to 28 August.

After the removal of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir by India and dividing the state into two union territories, Pakistan has come out in the overwhelming support of the Kashmiri people, due to which they canceled their visit. On being awarded the award for Modi for his efforts to enhance bilateral relations between the two countries, Qureshi said that the UAE or any other country has bilateral relations with countries on the basis of their choice, according to the news of ‘Dawn’ It has the right to be maintained.

“International relations are above religious sentiments,” he was quoted as saying in the news. The UAE and India have a long history in relation to investment. “Qureshi said,” I will soon meet with the UAE foreign minister and inform him of the current situation in Kashmir. ”

He said, “Pakistan also has cordial relations with the UAE and once they get to know the facts (the leaders of the UAE) I hope they will not disappoint Pakistan.” Qureshi said that close to the UAE and India There are ties because a lot of Indians work there.