No Pakistani delegation visits Israel Foreign Ministry denied

Pakistan foreign ministry has strongly denied that any Pakistani delegation visited Israel.

Responding to media queries Foreign Office spokesperson said that the delegation visit was being arranged by a foreign NGO which has no office in Pakistan.

No Pakistani delegation visits Israel Foreign Ministry denied

The spokesman said that Pakistan's position on the Palestinian issue was clear and unambiguous and there was no change in our policy in this regard.

He further said that Pakistan has always supported the right of the Palestinian people to self determination. According to relevant UN and OIC resolutions establishment of an independent Palestinian state with borders prior to 1967 with Al Quds Al Sharif as its capital is essential for a just and lasting peace in the region.

No Pakistani delegation visits Israel Foreign Ministry denied

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It may be recalled that a delegation of Pakistani origin and Pakistani citizens had visited Israel this month. Apart from visiting important places including Parliament House, the participants of this delegation have also met with important personalities including the President of Israel.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf PTI has strongly objected to the visit and criticized the current government, which is still the subject of debate in Pakistan.

Regular objections to the visit have been raised by senior PTI leader and former Federal Minister for Human Rights Shirin Mazari. Mazari has criticized the two members of the 15 member delegation.