Pakistan welcomes UNSC session on IOK, says PM Khan

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Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday welcomed a gathering of the United Nations Safety Council (UNSC) held in New York to debate the humanitarian disaster and communications lock down imposed on occupied Kashmir by India. 

The prime minister in his message on Twitter reiterated that the problem of occupied Kashmir was an internationally recognised dispute that is still on the agenda of the worldwide physique. 

“Pakistan welcomes UN Safety Council discussing the state of affairs in Jammu and Kashmir once more. An internationally acknowledged dispute, Jammu and Kashmir stays on the Safety Council’s agenda and its consideration by the Council displays a recognition of the seriousness of the prevailing state of affairs,” PM Imran wrote on Twitter. 

“Jammu and Kashmir dispute should be resolved in accordance with related UN Safety Council resolutions and the need of the Kashmiri individuals. We are going to proceed to supply ethical, political and diplomatic assist to the Kashmiri individuals till they safe their inalienable proper to self-determination,” he added.

The united states had on Wednesday met for the second time in lower than six months behind closed doorways to debate the alarming state of affairs within the occupied valley. 

After the assembly, Chinese language Ambassador to UN Zhang Jun confirmed the council had reviewed the state of affairs within the occupied valley. 

“We had a gathering on Jammu and Kashmir,” Jun mentioned, including the 15-member Council was briefed by the UN secretariat on the state of affairs on the bottom. A UN division briefed council members over the state of affairs within the area, after which a dialogue was held on the matter. 

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