Pakistan denies Indian president’s request to use its airspace

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has decided to reject the request of Indian President Ram Nath Kovind to use airspace to fly to Iceland.

Foreign Minister Shahmeh Mohd Kuresh announced Saturday that he has decided to approve Prime Minister Immigration Khan's approval of India's crackdown on Kashmir's occupation.

The secretary says New Delhi's barbarism in Kashmir is a serious issue for the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Qureshi stressed that it had been 34 days since Indian authorities imposed an overwhelming curfew on Kashmir's occupied territory to withdraw the region's special autonomy.

A few weeks after Pakistan's decision to close India's airspace, the decision to deny a request to the President of India is as follows:

Pakistan earlier allowed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fly to France by airspace.

The Indian territory, which visited France, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain from August 22 to August 26, used Pakistani airspace.

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