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Pakistan seeks early resolution of Kashmir issue


Lahore: Pakistan has reiterated its demand for early resolution of the dispute over Kashmir in accordance with the UN Security Council resolutions.

According to the Dawn, Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesman Qazi Khalilullah said that the nation observed the day on February 5 every year to highlight the ‘plight’ of Kashmiris.

Khalilullah attacked India for ‘continuing to violate human rights and ‘brutalise Kashmiris in the occupied territory’.

“Pakistan has always condemned these atrocities and raised voice against human rights violations by Indian forces in the occupied Kashmir,” he said.

Talking about talks between both nations, he added that no date had been fixed between the nations but both sides were in touch with each other in this regard

Khalilullah said that the next quadrilateral meeting on Afghanistan involving Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and US and would be held on Saturday.

Referring to the deadly terrorist attack on the Bacha Khan, he said that Pakistan and Afghanistan were in touch at different levels regarding the use of the latter’s soil by terrorists from Pakistan. (ANI)

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