Hurriyat (M) says world community must stress on Indo-Pak dialogue

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Terming the media reports regarding US President Barack Obama’s recent visit to New Delhi during which he stressed upon India to resume the stalled dialogue with Pakistan as encouraging, APHC spokesman has expressed hope that like US, other members of the world community would also come forward and use their influence to push for a dialogue between India and Pakistan to de-escalate the tension in the region by amicably resolving Kashmir dispute.

The spokesman said that Hurriyat has always advocated for dialogue between India and Pakistan to solve issues between them, adding, the lasting peace and stability would only come in South Asia once the Kashmir issue is resolved according to the wishes and aspirations of Kashmiri people.

In view of the changing political scenario around the globe, the spokesman said: “Hurriyat has always said that dialogue is the only way to move forward and solve the contentious problems.” He added that the meaningful dialogue between India, Pakistan and pro-freedom leadership was the only way to hammer out solution of the Kashmir dispute.

The spokesman also said that third party association to solve the Kashmir problem was inevitable, adding, the UN and international community should play their role in this regard since this issue is lying with the UN from past more than 68 years.

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