Kashmiris should get their rights under international law: Dr. Faisal
Islamabad: Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. Mohammad Faisal says Kashmiris should get their rights under international law.
During the briefing on Saturday, Dr Mohammed Faisal said that Indian forces martyred three more Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir, while communications in occupied Kashmir are completely closed while the recent curfew has entered the 40th day.
He said that many countries have offered heredity on Pak-India talks but India is not ready to negotiate.
Dr. Faisal said that Pakistan would continue to raise voice for Kashmiris on every issue. The Joint Declaration on Kashmir at the September 10 Human Rights Council was a great success, a statement issued by 58 countries.
He said that the international community seems to agree with Pakistan’s stand, China’s position is clear that it will not support any unilateral move.