The Foreign Office has repeated that Pakistan’s position on Middle East harmony cycle and Palestine has not changed as US President Donald Trump on Friday declared a harmony bargain among Israel and Bahrain.
“Pakistan’s situation on Palestine continues as before,” representative Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri said while remarking on the Bahrain and Israel harmony bargain, on Saturday.
The news was reported by Trump after Bahrain’s King Hamad receptacle Isa Al Khalifa, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the US president held a telephonic discussion.
“Another memorable advancement today! Our two extraordinary companions Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain consent to a harmony bargain – the second Arab nation to make harmony with Israel in 30 days!” Trump had tweeted.
As per the joint proclamation of the US, the Kingdom of Bahrain and Israel, Bahrain has consented to formalize the arrangement with Israel at a function to be hung on September 15 at the White House.
The Foreign Office representative stated, “Harmony and solidness in the Middle East is Pakistan’s need. There has been no adjustment in Pakistan’s principled situation on Palestine.
“We are focused on perceiving all the privileges of the Palestinian public, including the option to cast a ballot.”
Chaudhri repeated that Pakistan consistently upheld a two-state answer for a durable harmony.
“This two-state arrangement is in accordance with the applicable UN and OIC goals just as worldwide law.
“As indicated by this arrangement, the outskirts will be as per the conditions before 1967 and Al-Quds Al-Sharif will be the capital of Palestine.
“In the current circumstance, Pakistan’s position will be with regards to the desires and privileges of the Palestinians. This position will likewise rely upon keeping up provincial harmony, security and solidness.”