EU-Pak Friendship Federation Europe Chairman Chaudhry Perveiz Iqbal Losar met Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi at Foreign Office on Monday. Losar apprised the foreign minister of the efforts of his organization in raising the Kashmir issue and helping create awareness on the plight of the Kashmiris living under Indian oppression in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. He briefed the foreign minister about organising mass rallies and demonstrations across Europe on August 5 this year, marking the first anniversary of the military lockdown of IIOJK. He also apprised the foreign minister about organising ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ rallies on August 14, 2020, and observing Indian independence day as “Black day” on August 15, 2020. During the meeting, Losar suggested that current political/Covid-19 situation demands that Foreign Office play a pivotal role between overseas Pakistanis and Pak Missions abroad and there should be no gap between them. He also suggested that current government should focus more on enhancing soft image of Pakistan in the world and bring foreign investment to Pakistan.Losar assured the foreign minister that his organization will expose all the negative propagandas and conspiracies against Pakistan at any level. He also invited the foreign minister to visit Germany and other major European countries. Foreign Minister Qureshi informed Losar that he has received invitation from German foreign minister to visit Germany. Losar suggested that beside political and diplomatic relations with European countries, Pakistan should further enhance its economic relations with Europe particularly with Germany as Germany is a very big market in Europe.Foreign Minister Qureshi praised the efforts of the EU-Pak Friendship Federation Europe led by Chaudhry Perveiz Iqbal Losar for organising mass rallies and demonstrations across Europe on August 5 and August 14, 2020. He also appreciated the efforts of his organization for highlighting Kashmir issue in Europe and also appreciated Losar for playing an important role in writing a letter to Indian government by 15 members of European Parliament for demanding the Indian Government to stop Human rights violations in Occupied Jammu & Kashmir. Nouman Ali, General Secretary EU-Pakistan Friendship Federation Spain, was also present during the meeting.