Prime Minister Imran Khan, in his resolution to highlight the human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir occupied by the Indians, telephoned Wednesday French President Emmanuel Macron and Jordanian King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein to inform both leaders of the Current situation in the disputed territory.
The prime minister, in a televised speech on Monday, promised to "act as an ambassador for Kashmir" and discuss the issue on each platform.
Both leaders, in their conversation with Prime Minister Imran, said their respective countries were following the situation closely and highlighted the need for a peaceful solution to the dispute, according to statements issued by the prime minister's office.
Occupied Kashmir has been under a strict blockade imposed by the Indian government since the eve of August 5, when the autonomous state of the region was revoked.
The measure to place the region under curfew is considered a measure to avoid protests over the repeal of article 370 of the Indian constitution, which granted special autonomy to occupied Kashmir.
Despite the blockage and blackout of communications, which has now entered its fourth week, there have been reports of major protests.
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Speaking with President Macron, the prime minister highlighted the "illegal and unilateral measures taken by India to change the disputed state of Jammu and Kashmir occupied by India and its demographic structure," said a statement from the Prime Minister's Office. .
The prime minister stressed that the measures taken by India violated the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Jammu and Kashmir and international law and represented "a serious risk to peace and security in the region."
The prime minister spoke of the "serious difficulties" facing the population of Kashmir following an unprecedented blockade since August 5 and the threat resulting from "basic human rights, security and protection of people."
President Macron said "France was watching the situation closely" and stressed the need to "resolve all outstanding issues by peaceful means."
The two leaders also talked about Pakistan's efforts to support peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan. "The French president thanked Pakistan's positive role in achieving peace in Afghanistan," the statement said.
"The two leaders agreed to continue working together for peace and stability in the region," he added.
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In his conversation with the King of Jordan, the prime minister shed light on "the illegal and repressive policies of India in occupied Kashmir that have not only led to a serious humanitarian crisis, but have also jeopardized peace and security in the region. "
Imran said that India, with its "unilateral and fascist actions" sought "to change the demography of the disputed territory," a flagrant violation of UN resolutions and international norms.
Urging the international community to take action, the prime minister said he must "take note of the Indian excesses and increase [its] voice for the oppressed of the Kashmir occupied by the Indians. "
King Abdullah said "Jordan was following events closely" in the restless region. He called for a reduction in escalation and a peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute through dialogue.
He added that Jordan "will consult other countries on the situation in Kashmir," according to the pamphlet from the Office of the Prime Minister.
In March, after an increase in tensions with India after the Pulwama attack, the Jordanian king offered mediation to help reduce the crisis.
Another letter to the UN
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi sent another letter to the president of the United Nations Security Council detailing the continuation of the worrying events in the disputed territory, according to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The foreign minister stressed the importance of the immediate lifting of the curfew imposed in the restless region and reiterated "Pakistan's concerns about India organizing another operation of & # 39; false flag & # 39; to divert [the] the attention of the world for its illegal and unilateral actions. "
"The irresponsible and belligerent rhetoric of India on the nuclear issue was also highlighted," reads the brochure of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
FM Qureshi has asked the Security Council to double the strength of the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) and "persuade India to also allow them to patrol on their side of the Control Line (LoC ) ".
In addition, he requested the Council to consider "all possible avenues available" under the Charter of the United Nations to fulfill its responsibility for maintaining peace in the region.
The Foreign Minister had already sent communications to the President of the Security Council on August 1, 6 and 13.
In addition, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs convened the Deputy High Commissioner of India, Gaurav Ahluwalia, to present a protest against the new violations of the ceasefire on the Control Line.
According to a press release issued by the FO, the Director General of South Asia and Dr. Saarc Mohammad Faisal condemned the ceasefire violations not caused by Indian occupation forces throughout the LoC on August 27, that left two civilians dead and four others injured.