Caretaker Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani stated that Pakistan wants the Afghan interim government to take firm action against the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), a banned terrorist group. The presence of various terrorist organizations, including TTP and ISIS-K, is a concern for Pakistan and other countries in the region. Pakistan is in dialogue with Kabul to ensure stability and prosperity in Afghanistan. Pakistan has urged the Afghan Taliban to act against the TTP, which poses a threat to Pakistan through cross-border terrorism. In terms of the country’s business climate, Pakistan expects investments from Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nations. Pakistan has established the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) to attract foreign capital, and the GCC nations have shown interest in investing through the SIFC. The foreign minister highlighted the strong ties between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia and the GCC nations. Regarding internal politics, Pakistan is currently under a caretaker government. Pakistan values its partnership with China, particularly the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which is vital for Pakistan’s prosperity. On UN Security Council changes, Pakistan believes there should be a transparent process and criteria for membership extension. India has violated UN Security Council resolutions, particularly regarding Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan wants these resolutions to be implemented, emphasizing the need for a free and fair plebiscite in Kashmir. The foreign minister expressed concerns about human rights violations and hopes for international attention. Regarding the Russia-Ukraine conflict, he stressed the need for diplomatic talks instead of war.
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