PM voices over Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir before UN

PM voices over Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir before UN

Indian Occupied Kashmir News

DAVOS: Primw Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has raised the voice
of brutality in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) by forces and urged the United Nations (UN)
to take notice of atrocities in the occupied valley.

Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif stressed the UN to materialize its promise
with the people of Kashmir granting them right to self-determination through a free and fair plebiscite.

 He was talking to the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres on the sidelines
of World Economic Forum meeting in Davos.

The Prime Minister said we are looking forward to the leadership and good offices
of the new Secretary General to implement the relevant UN resolutions resolving
the long-standing Kashmir issue.

He said India is fueling instability in an already tense region by adopting a no-talks
policy and muzzling the voice of the people of Kashmir for their right to self-determination.

Nawaz Sharif said on its part, Pakistan is committed to lasting peace and security in
our region through building a peaceful neighbourhood.

He said we cannot achieve the goal of economic progress and prosperity in South Asia
without resolving our problems and cooperating with each other.

The Prime Minister also apprised the UN Secretary General about the issue of Indus Water Treaty.

He also invited Antonio Guterres to visit Pakistan.

The UN Secretary General assured the Prime Minister that he would play a very
constructive role for peace and progress in the region. Antonio Guterres said that
he is fully cognizant of the sensitivity of the issues between India and Pakistan
which has security consequences for South Asia.

Antonio Guterres praised Pakistan’s contribution for the United Nations and peacekeeping
operations as well as hosting millions of Afghan refugees.

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