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UAE condemns church and home burning in Pakistan

The UAE strongly condemned the burning of churches and homes by extremists in Pakistan and denounced the ensuing violence. The Foreign Affairs Ministry praised Pakistan’s government for its wise response in addressing these abusive acts.

It reaffirmed the UAE’s unwavering opposition to actions that undermine security, contradict values, and promote hate speech or extremism.

The ministry emphasized the significance of respecting religious symbols, avoiding polarization, and supporting global principles of tolerance for stability and sustainable development.

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