China Halts Move Against Masood Azhar’s Brother At UN, India Says Disappointed But “Will Continue To Pursue” Africa News Herald


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Arindam Bagchi, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson, expressed regret at China's move. New Delhi: A day after China stopped a joint India-US bid at the UN to place sanctions on Abdul Rauf Asghar, the Jaish-e-Mohammed's second-in-command, India's foreign ministry said it regrets the "hold" and will keep seeking action. "India will continue pursuing its principled position of bringing these terrorists to justice, including through the UNSC 1267 Sanctions Regime," said Arindam Bagchi, the External Affairs Ministry spokesperson. "We note with regret that a 'technical hold' has been placed on the listing proposal," he added. "It is unfortunate that when it comes...