Foreign diplomats visit LoC, observe destruction caused by Indian ceasefire violations

Foreign diplomats and defence attaches of 24 countries deployed in Pakistan were taken to visit the Pakistani side of Line of Control (LoC) in a bid to see the damage being caused by consistent unprovoked Indian aggression across the border.

Foreign diplomats and defence attaches of Saudi Arabia, Turkey, South Africa, Palestine, European Union, Bosnia, Azerbaijan, Greece, Australia, Iran, Iraq, UK, Italy, Poland, Germany, France, Egypt, Switzerland, Libya, Afghanistan and other countries were among the visitors.

Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG-ISPR) Major General Babar Iftikhar briefed the diplomats about the current situation at the border and apprised them of India’s attempts to suppress Pakistan and thwart its peaceful overtures.

DG ISPR in his briefing said that India is committing grave human rights violations in illegaly occupied Kashmir and behaving aggressively at the LoC to divert attention of the world from the atrocities they continue to carry out.

India violated ceasefire treaty between the two countries and resorted to unprovoked firing across LoC 2333 times in this ongoing year, DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said.

The visiting delegation will also witness Indian aggression by themselves during their extended stay in the vicinity and will also meet the people effected by India’s aggressive posturing and use of heavy firearms.