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Pakistan's Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi  met the Deputy UN Secretary General Jan Eliasson and the Chef de Cabinet of the Secretary General Edmond Mulet during which she alleged that the situation along the Line of Control (LoC) posed a "grave threat to international peace and security".  
 
India quietly signed two contracts worth $1.4bn with Israel Aerospace Industries for the purchase of two additional Phalcon/IL-76 Airborne Early Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) valued at $1 billion  and 10 Heron TP unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) during the recent visit of Israeli President Reuven Rivil to India.  
 
Islamabad: Visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Thursday called for an end to violence in Jammu and Kashmir but added that Britain did not want to "prescribe a solution or act as a mediator" in the conflict over the "disputed" region.  
 
Pakistan's foreign policy chief Sartaj Aziz has said that Pakistani missions abroad, including in India, are making efforts to reach out to the Indian people who are opposed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "extremism", the media reported on Wednesday.  
 
Spying allegations levelled by Pakistan against Indian High Commission officials in Islamabad were a "crude attempt" by the neighbouring country to tarnish India's image, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has informed the Lok Sabha.  
 


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