Pakistan to take up Kashmir, Afghanistan issue before UN.ISLAMABAD, September 11, 2009 (Frontier Star): Pakistan has decided to take up Kashmir and Afghanistan issue effectively at session of United Nations General Assembly Council this year. Pakistan would inform the international community about reservations with regard to Indian's tactics not to resolve Kashmir issue as well as war against terrorism in Afghanistan Terrorism in Afghanistan spread to Central Asia in the 1990s, but has transitioned from attacks aimed at overthrowing the secular states in the region to attacks against United States military forces. at United Nations General Assembly Council this year. The decision to this effect was taken during two separate meetings held at foreign office, Private TV Channel reported. Relevant authorities briefed the Foreign Minister Shah Shah is a Persian term for a monarch (ruler) that has been adopted in many other languages. This term is a Post Islamic Revolution term for monarchs in Iran which is replaced by valie faghih or Supreme Leader. Mehmood Qureshi about Kashmir and Afghanistan. During the meeting it was decided that Pakistan would ask the United Nations to ensure resolution of long-lingering issue of Kashmir at priority basis for durable peace in the region. The international community would also be informed about the human rights violation, barbarism bar·ba·rism
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a. The use of words, forms, or expressions considered incorrect or unacceptable.
b. of Indian forces on Kashmiris in Indian held Kashmir, sources said. Besides officers of relevant authorities, officers of intelligence agencies including Director General Inter Services Intelligence (ISI ISI International Sensitivity Index, see there ) Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha attended the meeting. Pakistan would also take up Afghanistan issue during the session and would inform the largest world body about problems being faced by Pakistan due to action of Afghanistan based allied forces in neighbouring country, channel reported. Issues related to smuggling smuggling, illegal transport across state or national boundaries of goods or persons liable to customs or to prohibition. Smuggling has been carried on in nearly all nations and has occasionally been adopted as an instrument of national policy, as by Great Britain of weapons and drugs from Afghanistan to Pakistan would also be discussed in at the largest forum of world.
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