Kashmir is Core Dispute Between India and Pakistan, Says Nawaz Sharif
Upping the ante, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday said Kashmir is the "core dispute" between India and Pakistan and the dream of peace and prosperity of the people of the region will remain elusive without resolving the issue.
File image of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (PHOTO: REUTERS)
Islamabad: Upping the ante, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday said Kashmir is the "core dispute" between India and Pakistan and the dream of peace and prosperity of the people of the region will remain elusive without resolving the issue.
Describing Kashmir issue is the "unfinished agenda of partition and the oldest disputes in the UN Security Council, Sharif said "for the last seven decades India has denied the people of Kashmir the right to self-determination promised to them by the international community through numerous UN Security Council resolutions".
Speaking on the occasion of 'Kashmir Solidarity Day', Sharif said, “The people of Pakistan join their Kashmiri brothers and sisters in observing Kashmir Solidarity Day today to reaffirm our moral, diplomatic and political support to the legitimate struggle of the Kashmiri people for their basic human rights, especially the right to self determination enshrined in the relevant UN Security Council resolutions.”
"Jammu & Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India. The dream of peace and prosperity of the people of this region will remain elusive without resolving this dispute in accordance with the UN Security Council resolutions," he said.
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