Dr. Moeed Yusuf, Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on National Security said that Pakistan successfully defended its projection of the new political map in Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting while India’s Ajit Doval left the meeting disappointed as their objection was rejected.
The SAPM Dr. Moeed Yusuf who represented Pakistan in an online meeting of National Security Advisers in Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in a statement said that India had raised an objection over Pakistani political map on September 11, addressing which Pakistan was asked to establish its position.
The Pakistan in its response to Russia, the host nation of SCO 2020, explained its position eloquently and defended its new political map which was unveiled by Pakistani Prime Minister on August 4, Moeed Yusuf said
He further added that “India under international law had no legal rights to claim the internationally recognized disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir as part of India,” adding that he said Pakistan also categorically rejected Indian assertions “that the newly released political map included any part of Indian territory”.
Ajit Doval left the meeting halfway, After Pakistani reply convinced the security leaders who in turn rejected India’s assertions and projected the political map, “Ajit Doval not even listen to Russain security advisor as he gave his speech.”
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