India's reply to UN Secretary-General on Kashmir – no query of third get together mediation

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi / Islamabad: India's Foreign Ministry on Sunday rejected the proposal of UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutres by which he provided to mediate on the Kashmir subject. India has reacted strongly to this, saying that there isn’t any query of any third get together mediation on Kashmir. Gutres is on a 4-day go to to Pakistan.

Reacting to the remarks of the UN Secretary-General, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar rejected the proposal for arbitration. He mentioned, "There is no change in the attitude of India. Jammu and Kashmir has been an integral part of India, it has been and will continue to be."

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                 If any subject must be resolved, then it’s a matter of evacuating the realm illegally occupied by Pakistan. The remaining points, if any, will probably be discussed bilaterally. There isn’t any scope for any third get together function or arbitration. '

Kumar additional mentioned, 'We hope that the UN Secretary-General will urge Pakistan to take credible, sustainable and steady steps to finish cross-border terrorism towards India. This (cross-border terrorism) is a risk to the fundamental human rights of the folks of India together with Jammu and Kashmir.

Significantly, UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutres is on a 4-day go to to Pakistan. Gutres reached Islamabad on Sunday. Addressing a press convention after assembly Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, the UN Secretary-General mentioned that he was 'very involved' with the stress on the Line of Control. Gutres appealed for peace of each the nations and mentioned that if each nations agree, then they’re able to mediate. India has reacted strongly to this, saying that there isn’t any query of mediation of any third get together.

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