Pakistan to apprise Trump of Indian brutalities in held Kashmir: Sartaj
ISLAMABAD: Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz says Pakistan will inform the new American leadership of the ground realities about worst human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.
US President-elect Donald Trump had promised during electoral campaign that if elected, he will make efforts to bring Pakistan and India closer, Aziz told an interview.
He said we would also urge Washington to play its role for ensuring the Kashmiris their right to self-determination.
He said, during an interview with Radio Pakistan, that newly elected US President Donald Trump had the agenda of economic development, and if US economy revives as a result of mega infrastructure projects, the entire world benefit from it.
Meanwhile a day after Donald Trump rose to US Presidency, Protesters rallied across the United States to express shock over his election victory, vowing to oppose divisive views they say helped the Republican billionaire win the presidency.
In Washington, several hundred protesters gathered in front of the White House for a candlelight vigil on a damp, chilly evening, criticizing what they called Trump’s racism, sexism and xenophobia, and carrying signs reading “We have a voice!” and “Education for all!”