Belgian foreign minister concerned over Kashmir crisis as curfew continues

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan's Foreign Ministry said Tuesday it expressed concern over the human rights situation in Kashmir, occupied by Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders.

Pakistani Foreign Minister Shahmeh Mohd Kureshi reconfirmed with Radar that the further expansion had a serious impact on regional peace and security and was ready to play a promotional role.

Qureshi briefed Belgian officials on the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir in India, and the illegal and unilateral measures of the Indian government to change the state of conflict and demographic structure of the valley.

According to the Foreign Ministry, Qureshi said steps [revocation of special status] Violation of UNSC resolutions and international law on Jammu and Kashmir.

Mr. Kuresi told the Belgian delegation, "India has gradually restored its commitment to the Security Council, other states, Pakistan, Jammu and Kashmir."

Kuresi spoke with Foreign Minister Radar on the deterioration of basic human rights, safety and security conditions of occupied Kashmir residents, saying India's actions pose serious risks to peace and security in the region.

He highlighted the serious difficulties faced by the people of the Recovery Valley in the face of unprecedented closure of the entire population.

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

In occupied Kashmir, the 23-day ban and other restrictions and interceptions of communication have caused people to face serious problems, including the economic loss of the Kashmir valley.

As the mayor and school remained closed in the valley, Kashmir's normal life continued to be affected.

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