UN Secretary-Common Antonio Guterres has urged India and Pakistan to resolve the occupied Kashmir dispute by dialogue.
Briefing the media in New York, UN Secretary-Common Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric mentioned Secretary-Common Guterres had repeatedly met with Pakistani and Indian officers in latest weeks in a bid to calm stress between the nuclear-armed powers.
He mentioned the UN Secretary-Common stays very involved about any potential escalation between India and Pakistan over the state of affairs.
The UN Secretary-Common appealed to each India and Pakistan to take care of the difficulty by dialogue and because the state of affairs in occupied Kashmir can solely be solved with the complete respect of human rights.
Earlier, Guterres had mentioned he was monitoring the worsening state of affairs within the valley, particularly studies about tightening restrictions and mass arrests, as he known as for steps to defuse tensions between India and Pakistan.
“We clearly proceed to observe the state of affairs very intently in Jammu and Kashmir, [and] additionally studies of restrictions and detentions within the Indian-administered aspect of the road of management in Jammu and Kashmir,” spokesman Dujarric mentioned.
“The Secretary-Common reiterates what he has been saying each publicly and privately to India and Pakistan to their leaders to train restraint and to take no matter steps they will to defuse tensions,” he added.