- Pakistan Trains with India
- Trump Talks with Iran
- Pakistan Regime Begs the UN
Pakistan Trains with India
Troops from eight nations including India and Pakistan have taken part in a multilateral anti-terror military drill in Russia aimed at countering the threat of international terrorism. Over 100 Indian troops took part in an anti-terror exercise known as TSENTR-2019. The 15-day-long military exercise under the flag of the China-backed Shanghai Co-operation Organisation (SCO) is taking place in the Russian city of Orenburg. Apart from host Russia, military contingents from India, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, and Uzbekistan will also be participating in the event. It would seem the Bajwa-Khan regime could not sink any lower than they already sunk, with their strategy of non-action. But now the army conducting drills and training with the Indian enemy shows you that their treachery has no limits. How anyone can train with the enemy forces when they oppress your brothers and sisters and occupy them really takes a certain type of traitor.
Trump Talks with Iran
Speaking to reporters on Monday 9th Sep, President Trump said he still has “no problem” meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, and believes it “could happen.” There has been speculation the two might bump into one another on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. Iranian officials have said they don’t intend to have any talks with President Trump unless the US lifts sanctions. US officials say they remain committed to a campaign of “maximum pressure.” Rouhani told Iran’s parliament last week that the government has made no commitment to any US talks unless sanctions are lifted, and that the US could still join multilateral talks by returning to the P5+1 nuclear deal. Trump wants to have a new deal in place to aid his presidential run in November 2020. For Trump it’s all about his ideology and strategy plays no role.
Pakistan Regime Begs the UN
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Tuesday 10th Sep said that the international community “must not remain indifferent to the tragedy that is unfolding before our eyes” in occupied Kashmir. Addressing the 42nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Qureshi while referring to India’s recent actions in Kashmir said: “Today, I have knocked on the doors of the Human Rights Council, the repository of the world’s conscience on human rights, to seek justice and respect for the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The leadership in Pakistan continues with its strategy of non-action against India. Whether it was Bosnia, the Uighur Muslims, Rohingya Muslims or the Central Africa Republic, the UN has always sided with the enemies of Islam.