Foreign Ministry of Pakistan endorses Senate resolution against US Middle East plan of President Donald Trump.
The spokesperson for Pakistan’s foreign office applauded the country’s upper house of parliament for unanimously adopting that resolution.
Notably, Pakistan’s legislature unanimously turned down the US President Donald Trump’s Middle East plan.
Because, Senators believe it would never help address the Israel-Palestine conflict fairly.
Foreign Ministry of Pakistan
MOFA’s Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said that the Senate represents the federation of Pakistan … We respect their opinions and resolutions.”
While commenting over resolution of esteemed national institution, she said its resolution is also respectable for us.
Earlier, Pakistan Senate had unanimously rejected US Middle East Plan which President Donald Trump had presented in Washington DC.
The upper house of Pakistan’s bicameral parliament unanimously adopted a resolution.
It opposed US President Donald Trump’s controversial Middle East peace plan that he had announced last month.
Senator Mushtaq Ahmad Khan of Jamaat-e-Islami tabled the resolution.
He said that his resolution enjoyed overwhelming support from all Senators from ruling and the opposition parties.
State-run Pakistan Television also reported adoption of the resolution.
While expressing concern over Trump’s so-called “Deal of the Century,” the senators declared it tantamount to an instrument of forcing Palestinians to humiliating surrender to their oppressors (Israel).
The resolution also called for the issue to be fairly and peacefully resolved in light of UN General Assembly and Security Council resolutions.
As per UNGA and UNSC, solution includes establishment of a sovereign Palestinian state and safe return of all Palestinians to their homes and lands which currently remain under illegitimate possession of Israeli settlers.
However, Israeli Jewish settlers occupy Palestinians land and homes in flagrant violation of international law.
The UNGA and UNSC also had been calling for halt to acts of aggression against Palestinians.
The Senate of Pakistan further urged the government to take steps to summon special sessions of the UN General Assembly and Organization of Islamic Cooperation to work out a consensus-based strategy.
Senate recommended that for the amicable settlement of the Palestinian issue, their strategy must duly regard the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people which international law also recognize.