Jammu and Kashmir: Foreign delegates will take inventory of the state of affairs within the valley, will go to this week

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Earlier, 16 representatives of American and African international locations had visited Jammu and Kashmir.

New Delhi / Srinagar: After the abolition of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, a crew of international envoys will go to the valley later this week to take inventory of the bottom state of affairs. Earlier, 16 representatives of American and African international locations visited Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier, on 9–10 January, the primary contingent of 15 international envoys was taken to Kashmir. It consisted primarily of MPs from Latin American and African international locations. The international delegation included representatives from Vietnam, South Korea, Brazil, Uzbekistan, Niger, Nigeria, Morocco, Guana, Argentina, Philippines, Norway, Maldives, Fiji, Togo, Bangladesh and Peru. <! –

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                 Issues resembling restoration and growth of the Internet had been dominating the assembly of international envoys with native representatives in Srinagar.

After taking inventory of the Kashmir Valley, international representatives stated that the native individuals in Jammu and Kashmir have utterly rejected the allegations of Pakistan, wherein the neighboring nation was saying that there was bloodshed within the valley.

However, the US had described the go to as an essential step, however expressed concern over the detention of political leaders.

America's chief diplomat Alice Wells wrote in a tweet, "The recent visit to Jammu and Kashmir is an important step. We are concerned with political leaders and residents, and internet restrictions. We are hoping to soon improve the conditions there." Will occur."

Earlier, a European Parliamentary delegation additionally visited Kashmir in October 2019.

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