Pakistan lodges protest with Swiss govt against anti-Pakistan ads in Geneva
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office in Islamabad summoned Swiss Ambassador to Pakistan on Monday to lodge protest over anti-Pakistan advertisement campaign in Geneva.
Meanwhile, drawing the attention of the Swiss government on the issue, Pakistan Permanent Mission to United Nations at Geneva demanded the Swiss government to take strict actions against the culprits involved in this act.
In his letter, the Pakistan Permanent Representative to UN Farukh Amil said the use of Swiss soil by terrorist and violent secessionists for nefarious designs against Pakistan and its 200 million people was totally unacceptable.
He said that openly operating of the terrorists or elements linked with terrorists in the peaceful and serene city of Geneva for their propaganda campaigns was a matter of grave concern.
The ambassador said that Swiss authorities should be alert about presence of Balochistan Liberation Army terrorists or elements linked with such terrorists in Geneva.
Farrukh Amil demanded investigations to block such recurrence in the future and expressed the hope that Swiss authorities will proceed against the local accomplices of the Balochistan Liberation Army who wittingly supportted the terrorist group.