Substantive speech of PM to UNGA made every Pakistani proud: SAPM Asim Bajwa

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Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Authority Chairman Lieutenant General (retd) Asim Saleem Bajwa on Saturday has said that speech of Prime Minister Imran to United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has made every Pakistani proud.

In his tweet on Saturday, SAPM Asim Bajwa said that Prime Minister Imran Khan's substantive address to United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) made every Pakistani proud and truly represented the country. 

He added that, the premier's clear stand on Kashmir, Palestine and regional peace, pledge to lift our masses out of poverty and stern warning to India on any misadventure and much more-worth appreciating. 

On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the 75th anniversary of UN is an important milestone towards our achievement of collective goals of peace and stability.

While addressing the 75th session United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) via video link, the premier raised the issue of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir once again. 

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