The resolution of United Nation to designate JeM chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist was again defended by China as it holds its technical block saying that it would take more time to all parties to find a “lasting solution” which is acceptable to all. The move was blocked by a strategic ally of Islamabad, Beijing.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told the source, “Our action is to make sure that the committee will have enough time to study the matter so that the relevant sides will have time for dialogue and consultation.”
“China conducts thorough and in-depth assessment of these applications and we still need more time, so that is why we put forward the technical hold,” the spokesman added.
Lu Kang further stated, “Only a solution that is acceptable to all sides could fundamentally provide a chance for a lasting solution to the issue. China is ready to communicate and coordinate with all sides including India to properly handle this issue.”
The fresh proposal was presented by the UN Security Council which was moved by France, the UK, and the US on February 27, the next of Pulwama terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir killing 40 CRPF personnel. Pakistan based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad took the responsibility of the attack.
“We will continue to pursue all available avenues to ensure that terrorist leaders who are involved in heinous attacks on our citizens are brought to justice,” read a statement issued by the foreign ministry.

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