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Pakistan objects to ‘selectivity’ in condemning human rights violations

At the United Nations, Pakistan has objected over selectivity in the condemnation of human rights violations.

Participating in a debate, the Acting Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the UN Aamir Khan called for a review of the current approach to advancing international peace and security.

He said there is an element of selectivity when it comes to the condemnation of violation of human rights.

Aamir Khan called for addressing the root causes of conflicts and disputes especially a conflict between nuclear-armed States.

He said the Security Council must utilize its primary authority under the Charter to secure the just and peaceful settlement of conflicts and disputes in accordance with its own resolutions.

Pakistani envoy said the freezing of the resources of countries coming out of conflict is particularly deplorable and it is a recipe for chaos and renewed conflict.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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