WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s Ambassador to United States, Asad Majeed Khan on Tuesday stated that India’s unlawful occupation and unilateral transfer on the disputed territory of Kashmir will be the harbinger of detriment to regional peace and stability.
In an look on a Fox Information program, Khan stated, “Unilaterally altering the standing of a area which has been seen by the worldwide neighborhood over time as a disputed territory has actually put the area on the verge of a severe battle.”
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“They’re attempting to rewrite historical past they usually have tried to deprive the individuals of their identification. They’ve unilaterally tried to settle a problem which has been there on the United Nations (UN) agenda for nearly 70 years,” the Pakistani get pleasure from stated.
Responding to query about how Pakistan and India may de-escalate tensions, Khan stated it falls to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to guide the requires peace.
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“I feel the provocation clearly has come from India,” he stated. “Prime Minister Imran Khan was right here. He spoke to you personally. He additionally met President Trump on the White Home. And we’ve been very constant in making all of the overtures for peace to India. Sadly, all these gestures haven’t been reciprocated.”
Khan added, “It’s for the United Nations… it’s for pals United States and different worldwide gamers — they should intervene.”
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Earlier this month, the US president had as soon as once more supplied to mediate between Pakistan and India on the Kashmir dispute.
“In the event that they [Pakistan and India] needed anyone to intervene or to assist them,” Trump stated in response to a query from a reporter on the White Home about his earlier provide to mediate the Kashmir challenge, “I spoke with Pakistan about that, and I spoke, frankly, to India about it. However that’s been happening, that battle, for a very long time.”