BEIRUT: The chief of the UN Interim Forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL) Stefano Del Col said on Monday that Lebanon and Israel are keen on working with the UNIFIL to guarantee stability along the Blue Line.
“Both sides vowed not to take escalatory measures on the borders,” Del Col was quoted as saying by the National News Agency (NNA).
Del Col’s remarks came during his meeting with Lebanese caretaker Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil to discuss the latest developments on the southern borders with Israel.
Del Col said he encouraged both sides to respect their commitments to the UN Security Council Resolution 1701 by avoiding all kinds of violations.
Meanwhile, Israeli forces pursued on Monday their activities of fixing wall blocks adjacent to the technical fence facing Al-Mahafer region of Adeisseh outskirts, NNA reported.
Modi wants war with Pakistan to win elections in India: Chaudhry Sarwar
LAHORE: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar, while addressing a gathering here today has claimed that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wanted war with Pakistan to win the upcoming election.
“Our relations with India always remain tense,” Sarwar said, adding that Imran Khan’s vision and his appropriate steps have changed the circumstance and defeated him [Modi].
India has suffered defeat at diplomatic, political spheres and at borders, he said.
He further stated, “We have to bring revolution for cultivators for the sake of development in the country, adding that the agriculturists being provided best facilities across the border.
“We didn’t abuse the institutions and always respected decisions of courts,” Chaudhry Sarwar said.
Shehbaz Sharif’s name removed from ECL
LAHORE: LHC has ordered removal of the name of the leader of the opposition in NA Mian Shehbaz Sharif from ECL
Nawaz Sharif granted bail on medical grounds in Al-Azizia case!
ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court here has granted bail to Nawaz Sharif on medical grounds suspending his sentence in Al-Azizia case or six weeks.
According to details, a three-judge bench led by CJP granted bail to the deposed prime minister enabling him to seek medical treatment within the country. He will not be allowed to leave the country.
The bail has been granted against two surety bonds of Rs. 5 million each and as soon as its period is over he will have to surrender himself to jail authorities. Sharif’s advocate had requested for bail for eight weeks.