Qureshi vows to fight for rights of Kashmiris
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has reiterated his government’s strong resolve to keep the world informed about the grave humanitarian crisis in Indian-occupied Kashmir through diplomatic channels.
“Have been reaching out to 2-4 FMs everyday to keep the world updated about the daily atrocities and worsening conditions in Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir. The humanitarian crisis unfolding has caught the world’s attention,” Qureshi said in a Twitter statement on Wednesday.
He said the he would also discuss the issue with his Emirate and Saudi counterparts in Islamabad.
“The UAE and Saudi Arabian Foreign Ministers arrive in Pakistan today to discuss this grave situation while the EU Parliament has called for an end to the curfew in IOJK as has OIC’s IPHRC, in no uncertain terms,” he said.
The foreign minister said that his government would use every diplomatic channel to update the international community about the developing situation in the occupied valley.
“The situation in IOK is a developing one, with each day under curfew marking the deepening of a terrible humanitarian crisis. We’ll continue to keep the world informed as we continue to strive to fight for the rights of the ppl of Kashmir through every possible diplomatic avenue.”