LONDON-The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) of the United Kingdom claimed that representatives from Pakistan were accused of rape and child abduction.
Mark Simmonds, an FCO minister, revealed all “serious and significant” offences allegedly committed by diplomats to Parliament on Tuesday.
He said that the Metropolitan Police’s Diplomatic Protection Group had alerted the Government to 14 cases in total.
According to reports of British media, the FCO made that request for five of the most serious cases last year, Mr Simmonds said, including the rape and child abduction allegedly involving Pakistani diplomats.
Reports said Pakistan’s government partially lifted immunity in one case so the diplomat could be interviewed by police; there is no legal obligation to comply with the British request.