The Pakistani parliament adopted the proposal to fire its ambassador from France. There has not been a Pakistani ambassador in France for three months, still vacant.
Pakistan has once again proven why its credibility is so low in countries around the world. In fact, a motion of condemnation has been tabled in the Pakistani parliament following French President Emmanuel Macron’s statement on Islamic terrorism. Meanwhile, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi made another proposal for which the Pakistani ambassador should not be recalled from France.
Qureshi is not only aware of his ministry
The proposal by Foreign Minister Qureshi was also approved by the Pakistani parliament. All opposition parties, including Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, unanimously supported the proposal to recall Pakistan’s ambassador. What is great is that there has not been a Pakistani ambassador posted to France for three months. From this, one can guess how well Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has knowledge about his ministry.
Pakistan’s ambassador left Paris three months ago
In fact, three months before today, Pakistani Ambassador Moin-ul-Haq left France. He was transferred by the Pakistani government and appointed Pakistan’s new ambassador to China. Pakistan has no ambassador to France since. Pakistan’s foreign ministry did not appoint any officials to the post even after three months.
This is why Qureshi did not tell the truth
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who recalled the Pakistani ambassador to France, also knew, according to Dawn’s report. But he didn’t tell the House that we don’t have an ambassador there to try to become a great leader of Islam. Currently, Mohammad Amjad Aziz Qazi is Deputy Head of Mission at the Paris Embassy in Pakistan.
Proposal to dismiss the French ambassador from Islamabad
The proposal also calls for the repatriation of the French Ambassador to Islamabad. If Pakistan withdraws the French Ambassador, then there will be increased tension and apprehension between the two countries. On Monday, the Pakistani foreign ministry summoned the French ambassador and lodged a strong protest against Macron’s statement.
Pakistani foreign ministry summons French ambassador
Pakistan’s foreign ministry said in a statement that it had been pointed out that these illegal and anti-Islam acts hurt the feelings of Muslims around the world, including Pakistan. Such an approach cannot be justified in the name of freedom of expression. The statement said Pakistan reaffirmed that freedom of expression should not be misused to harm public sentiments or religious beliefs and to fuel religious wickedness, bitterness and confrontation.