A resolution was presented in the US Congress on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, expressing concern about the situation in several countries, including Pakistan, Russia, Iran, and Belarus.
According to international media, World Press Freedom Day was observed worldwide yesterday. On this occasion, a resolution was presented in the US Congress regarding freedom of the press, expressing concern about the situation in several countries, including Pakistan, Russia, Iran, and Belarus.
The resolution stated that freedom of expression and access to information are the right of every citizen of the world.
The resolution by the US Congress mentioned media restrictions and difficulties faced by journalists in Pakistan, as well as the murder of Arshad Sharif, and stated that perpetrators of attacks on journalists in Pakistan do not receive punishment.
The resolution also mentioned the ban on airing speeches of PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan and the suspension of ARY News broadcasts.
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