Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday called for an option to the decades-old Kashmir conflict in between India and Pakistan on the basis of the United Nations resolutions.
Addressing the 76th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), he stated in a comprehensive speech to the 193-member setting up: “We maintain our position in favour of fixing the ongoing trouble in Kashmir for 74 years, through dialogue between the parties as well as within the framework of pertinent United Nations resolutions.”
Head of state Erdogan has consistently increased the Kashmir concern at the yearly sessions of the UNGA.
At the 75th session, the Turkish leader had claimed: “The Kashmir problem, which is also key to the security and also peace in South Asia, is still a burning concern. Actions taken complying with the abolition of the unique status of [busy] Jammu and also Kashmir further complicated the problem.”
His espousal of the Kashmir reason has actually stimulated strong demonstrations from India, which claims that Jammu as well as Kashmir is its “internal issue”.
At The Same Time, Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai, secretary general of Washington-based campaigning for team World Kashmir Awareness Discussion forum, welcomed President Erdogan’s recommendation to the Kashmir concern, claiming his words have actually provided the Kashmiri individuals support.
President Erdogan’s message, he stated, is targeted at the promotion of discussion amongst all celebrations to the dispute.
“This is the only ways of achieving a real and long lasting peace in this unpredictable dispute,” Fai said, including that Kashmiri people have actually endured too long.
“They demand as well as they deserve tranquility,” he included.
Over 100 world leaders are taking part in the UNGA discussion personally, with presence in the assembly’s legendary hall scaled down as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic.
Head Of State Imran Khan will attend to the assembly on September 24 (Friday) through a video-link.