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Mandate of UN Security Council resolution cannot be willfully interpreted: China (2)

(Xinhua)

08:14, September 20, 2012

"The mandate of the UN Security Council's resolutions cannot be willfully interpreted," he noted. "To equalize the incident of terrorist attack in Pakistan to armed conflict has exceeded the mandate of the Security Council."

"Pakistan is at the forefront of the international anti- terrorist fight and makes important contributions to the support of international cooperation on fighting against terrorism. The international community need to provide more support and help to Pakistani anti-terrorist efforts instead of creating difficulties and obstacles," said the ambassador.

Pakistan's Acting Permanent Representative Raza Bashir Tarar said in his statement that the process of consultations of the Council was bereft of openness and willingness to achieve consensus.

"Discrimination and double standards in exercise of different mandates is a reality," he said.

Pakistan had made proposals expressing concern at inclusion in the Secretary-General's report on children and armed conflict of situations that are not in the mandate. "We reiterated the need for fully respecting the mandate in the future reports," Tarar said.


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