Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addresses UNGA today

NEW YORK: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi amid his address to the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York on Thursday focused on that Pakistan “is not set up to be anybody’s scapegoat”.

In what was his introduction at the most noteworthy global discretion — in the wake of assuming control over the workplace a month ago after previous PM Nawaz Sharif’s ouster in July, not long ago Abbasi said Pakistan has been reliably dynamic in the war against terrorism and that it has lost more to the reason than some other country. He expressed that while Daesh has been wrecked in most Middle Eastern locales, including Yemen, the group’s crawling worldwide impact is clear through the current occasions far and wide.

PM Abbasi noticed that the state-supported fear based oppression is an issue of impressive significance since outside components and places of refuge over the outskirt ceaselessly remain occupied with disturbing the quiet, equitable condition of Pakistan.

The prime minister stressed on how “nobody wants peace in Afghanistan more than Pakistan”; nonetheless, he asked the world to comprehend that it “won’t enable the Afghan war to be battled on its dirt”.

As to the Kashmir issue, Abbasi featured the persevering human rights infringement completed in the Occupied Kashmir (IoK) by the Indian powers that are an unmitigated rupture of the Geneva Convention.

The PM’s discourse was planned to start at 6 PM EDT (3 AM PST, Friday), it has been readjusted out by around 45 minutes since a few speakers preceding him took longer than the normal 15-minute span. Abbasi is twelfth in the rundown of speakers to address the UNGA.

Abbasi would also inform the world body of the nation’s success in the field of financial aspects and also its battle against fear mongering and radicalism.