Pakistan urges ceasefire in gaza amidst ramadan, condemns israeli attacks.

In a press briefing held on Thursday, Pakistan called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, emphasizing the need for humanitarian assistance and medical support as the Islamic holy month of Ramadan is set to commence over the weekend.

Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, the spokesperson for the Foreign Office, expressed strong condemnation for the Israeli military’s actions leading to the tragic loss of civilian lives in Gaza. She urged the international community to provide aid promptly to the victims of the conflict.

Ms. Baloch highlighted serious human rights violations committed by Israeli forces in Gaza and emphasized the urgency of a ceasefire, particularly during the fasting month. Shifting focus to the situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir, she raised concerns about staged encounters resulting in the martyrdom of Kashmiris.

Accusing India of engaging in human rights violations in the region, the spokesperson urged the international community to take notice of the atrocities in Occupied Kashmir. She called for a resolution of the Kashmir issue in accordance with the United Nations’ resolutions and reiterated Pakistan’s unwavering support for the self-determination struggle of the Kashmiri people.

Ms. Baloch demanded an end to the mistreatment of the Hurriyat leadership in Occupied Kashmir, emphasizing the necessity of halting further atrocities in the region.