NEW YORK: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met his Japanese counterpart and Turkey president on Tuesday, expressed strong concern over recent incidents of violence in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK), Aaj News reported.
According to the reports, Prime Minister informed his Japanese counterpart and the world leaders about the Indian atrocities in Kashmir. He stressed that the international community should stop India from committing human rights violations inside Kashmir.
PM Nawaz Sharif conducted a meeting with Japanese counterpart and Turkey president on Tuesday, in which the issues of Kashmir as well as Afghanistan came under discussion.
Japanese PM condoled with PM Nawaz Sharif over recent terrorist activities within Pakistan and praised the efforts of Pakistan in countering terrorism.
They also discussed matters of mutual interest in detail. Nawaz Sharif expressed that Japan should consider Pakistan’s inclusion in Nuclear Supplier Group.
Nawaz Sharif informed the Turkish President about the atrocities by the Indian forces inside Kashmir. The Turkish president openly affirmed Pakistani’s stance over the issue. He also praised Turkey regarding the involvement in Nuclear Suppliers Group.