New Delhi (NVI): Finally, it proved to be a comedy of errors.
Pakistan’s National Assembly (Parliament) passed a resolution unanimously, asking the government to recall its Ambassador to France as a mark of protest against “Islamophobia displayed by the French president” in the context of controversial cartoons.
The resolution was moved in Parliament by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
However, it turned out later that Pakistan has no Ambassador currently posted in Paris, as the last ambassador, Moin-ul-Haq, left France three months ago when he was transferred to China, according to the local media.
Pakistan Foreign Office has not designated any replacement as of yet for Haq, the Pakistani media reports said.
The reports said Qureshi was aware of the fact that the Pakistan embassy in France is without an Ambassador but he didn’t share this crucial information with the House.