Overseas Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Thursday expressed concern on the show of anti-Pakistan banners throughout a latest cricket World Cup match and took up the matter with British High Commissioner Thomas Drew.
Qureshi additionally mentioned the disrespectful perspective the nationwide workforce was subjected to throughout the Pakistan-Afghanistan match.
The overseas minister, throughout the assembly with the British envoy, stated using the stadium for anti-Pakistan propaganda was regarding, Radio Pakistan reported.
Islamabad had earlier condemned the unruly conduct of sure teams of spectators throughout the Pakistan-Afghanistan World Cup cricket match.
A Overseas Workplace assertion had taken exception to the flying of anti-Pakistan banners and the ‘unruly conduct of spectators towards Pakistan workforce gamers’ saying that the scuffles throughout the Pakistan-Afghanistan World Cup cricket match have been a matter of deep concern.
Pakistan and Afghanistan followers clashed final Saturday in Leeds throughout the cricket match and a sure faction of Afghanistan supporters clashed with Pakistan followers and safety officers and hurled abuses — each inside and outdoors the stadium.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi additional stated Prince William and his spouse Kate Middleton’s attainable go to to Pakistan this autumn is nice information, and the federal government and folks of Pakistan welcome this announcement by Kensington Palace.
The Kensington Palace introduced earlier this week that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will likely be endeavor a visit to Pakistan in autumn.
The journey will mark Kate and William’s first go to to Pakistan, although the royals visited India in 2016.
Issues of bilateral relations, safety state of affairs within the area and different issues of mutual curiosity have been additionally mentioned within the assembly.
The 2 sides expressed satisfaction over the present state of bilateral relations.