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Pakistan envoy briefs Marapana on Jammu & Kashmir issue

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Pakistan High Commissioner Maj. Gen. (R) Dr. Shahid Ahmad Hashmat has called on Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to apprise him about the grave situation in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
During the meeting, the High Commissioner underlined that the actions taken by India in a bid to change the internationally recognised disputed status of State of Jammu & Kashmir, were in violation of UN Security Council resolutions.

He added that any attempt to change the demographic structure of Occupied Jammu & Kasmir would constitute a violation of the international law.
The High Commissioner also apprised the Foreign Minister about Pakistan’s repeated calls and efforts, urging India to resolve this seven-decade-old dispute through peaceful means, in accordance with the long-standing UNSC Resolutions.

The High Commissioner said that the current attitude and actions of India posed a serious threat to regional cooperation and international peace and security.

“Therefore, all regional countries and the international community should stop India from such misadventures which have extremely dangerous consequences,” he said.

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