'Pakistan has supported the UN efforts to maintain international peace and security'
'The UN Economic and Social Council member states are faced with three challenges'
Munir Akram raised the issue of Indian state terrorism in the United Nations (UN) while speaking at virtual Counter-Terrorism Week meeting in New York.
Munir Akram, while talking exclusively to ARY News, said that Pakistan will not support India in the current situation as the New Delhi government was openly violating the UNSC resolutions.
'Inaction by the 15-member body in cases of foreign aggression and occupation comes at a high human cost'
Pakistan's Ambassador to the UN Munir Akram urged upon the Islamic countries to play their role to put brakes to the anti-Muslim policies of the Indian state.
Both leaders discuss the regional situation with particular reference to Kashmir and the Afghan peace process.
In a tweet, he said, this visit also acknowledges our long-standing cooperation with the world body.
Pakistan has expressed the hope that the resumption of direct talks between the United States and the Taliban would lead to a peaceful settlement.
Munir Akram said the UN Security Council has had uneven success in resolving threats to and breaches of international peace and security.