UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has warned that the Kashmir issue cannot be resolved by military force, but will require serious dialogue between Pakistan and India.
According to the International News Agency, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has once again offered mediation for a peaceful solution to the Kashmir issue and called for serious dialogue between Pakistan and India.
Expressing satisfaction over the provision of human rights in Azad Kashmir, the UN Secretary General said that there was freedom of movement and visits had also been made to UN observers.
Responding to a question, he said that things were not going in the right direction in Occupied Kashmir, respect for human rights was essential and an empowered administration would be responsible for providing basic rights to the citizens. Is.
Antonio Guterres added that the Kashmir issue has long been a source of contention between the two nuclear powers and the solution to the Kashmir issue is not in military power, the clash between the two countries would be disastrous for the whole world.
Antonio Guterres said he stood by his August statement on Kashmir and was ready to offer his services for a peaceful settlement.
It should be noted that the Hittite administration of Occupied Kashmir did not allow UN observers and international journalists to visit the areas under the auspices of the Modi government. On the contrary, Pakistan had given a full tour of the areas of Azad Kashmir.