Infostani Sources- Army Chief General Syed Asim Munir met with the Palestinian Ambassador to Pakistan. Ahmad Jawad Rabi, expressing condolences for the Palestinians who have lost their lives in the ongoing Gaza conflict. The meeting occurred at the General Headquarters of the Pakistan Army. General Asim Munir, the Chief of the Pakistan Army, strongly denounced the forced eviction of Palestinians from Gaza as a clear crime against humanity. He emphasized that it would be absurd to link this war with terrorism.
Furthermore, Pakistan reaffirmed its unwavering support for an independent Palestinian state. Based on the pre-1967 borders, with Al-Quds al-Sharif as its capital. General Asim Munir called on the international community to take immediate action to end the humanitarian tragedy. Resulting from the disproportionate and unlawful use of force by the Israeli Defense Forces.
Expressing deep concern for the brutal and indiscriminate killing of innocent civilians by the Israeli Defense Forces. General Asim Munir condemned the continuous attacks on civilian populations, educational and aid workers, as well as hospitals.
Attributing the recent surge of violence in Gaza to ongoing repression. Human rights violations, and state-sanctioned desecration of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, he underscored the need to halt these blatant violations. General Asim Munir further emphasized that Israel’s self-interest and narrow-mindedness are the root causes of the ongoing oppression. Furthermore, he argued that the actions of the Israeli army represent a clear violation of humanity and civil values.
General Asim Munir’s Message on the UN Anniversary and Pakistan’s UN Contributions
Meanwhile, Army Chief Asim Munir extended his good wishes on the occasion of the 78th anniversary of the United Nations. Emphasizing that Pakistan’s armed forces follow the principles of the United Nations Charter. He highlighted Pakistan’s history of contributing to UN peacekeeping missions, dating back to 1947 when Pakistan first joined such missions. In 1969, Pakistan initiated its participation in UN peacekeeping efforts by deploying its first contingent to UN operations in the Congo. Notably, General Asim Munir highlighted that over the years, a total of 170 soldiers, including 24 officers, had made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty during UN peacekeeping missions.
On the 78th Foundation Day of the United Nations, Pakistan’s Army Chief, Syed Asim Munir, highlighted Pakistan’s significant contributions to the UN. He also urged the international community to honor its collective commitment to the Kashmiri people’s right to a referendum, as stipulated by multiple UN Security Council resolutions.
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