Monday , January 27 2020

PM Imran, German Chancellor Merkel discuss Indian actions in occupied Kashmir

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ISLAMABAD (Web Desk): On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan spoke with German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel and conversed India’s illegal and one-sided actions aimed at changing the undecided status of occupied Kashmir and changing its demographic structure.

During the telephone conversation, Prime Minister Imran Khan up-to-dated Chancellor Merkel that India’s actions were in the direct breaking of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions, international laws, and its own sincere commitments, a press release said from the Prime Minister Office.

“Prime Minister Imran Khan highlighted the terrible human rights situation in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including complete lockdown, blackout on all forms of communication and severe lack of food and medicines. He stressed that intensified Indian repression could result in a massive loss of Kashmiri lives, which must be prohibited at all costs,”

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Imran Khan also informed Merkel about anxieties over some false flag operation performed by India or some other ill-conceived step at the Line of Control (LoC) to divert the world’s attention.

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“The Prime Minister highlighted that India’s actions had serious effects for peace and security in the region and the international community had the responsibility to act immediately,” said the press release.

Chancellor Merkel stated that Germany was closely detecting the situation. She underlined the importance of de-escalation of tensions and the resolution of issues peacefully.

The two leaders agreed to continue to work together for peace and stability in the region.

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