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Pakistan Focus welcomes lifting of international sanctions on Iran!

Pakistan Focus welcomes lifting of international sanctions on Iran by America led international alliance. Hopefully, it would lead towards easing of hardship of Iranian people. Pakistan Focus condemns imposition of fresh missile related sanctions by America on 11 Iranian companies on the pretext that recent missile test by Iran violated the nuclear deal parameters.  Pakistan Focus expects that America would resort to fair play and would not use new sanctions to evolve a new regime to neutralize the effect of lifted sanctions. Pakistan Focus wishes Iran well in its economic main streaming and wishes Iranian people economic well being, happiness and prosperity.

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Switzerland abdicating neutrality?

Switzerland abdicating neutrality?

Switzerland must chose its options carefully, as of now one wonders whether it is transitioning from a peaceful neutral state to a terror sponsoring state? Hopefully not! . Regretfully, it frequently behaves in a manner as if it has no respect and regard for principles governing inter-state relations and UN Charter. It beams out such signals by allowing its banks to attract ill-gotten money from across the world and now it also hosts and prompts terrorists. Stance taken by the Swiss government in response to Pakistan’s protest is against the basic spirit of neutrality. Committing hostile acts against a sovereign member state of the UN by sponsoring and facilitating separatist elements that encourages them to commit subversion and claiming neutrality can’t go together.

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  1. Addressing a press conference Hizb-e-Islami thanks government for delivering on its commitments in accordance with the peace deal. A senior advisor to President Ashraf Ghani on Monday welcomed the United Nations’ move to remove Hizb-e-Islami leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar’s name from the sanctions list and said it was a historical day for Afghanistan.

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