PM Imran Khan held separate telephonic discussions with French President Emmanuel Macron and Jordan’s King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein on Wednesday to brief them on the overall circumstance in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).
The chief featured the unlawful and one-sided steps taken by India to change the contested status of IOK and its statistic structure during the calls, as per proclamations issued by the PM Office.
“These means are against worldwide laws and United Nations Security Council (UNSC) goals on Jammu and Kashmir,” he was cited as telling the two chiefs.
During his discussion with the French president, PM Imran underlined that the moves made by India represented a grave hazard for harmony and security in the district, and featured the serious hardships looked by the individuals of the involved valley even with remarkable lockdown of the whole populace.
He informed Macron on human rights infringement and wellbeing and security of the Kashmiri individuals, who have been confronting hardship under a severe time limit and different confinements since August 5.
Macron said France was firmly watching the circumstance in IOK, and worried upon the significance of settling every single exceptional issue among Pakistan and India through serene methods.
PM Imran likewise advised the French president on Islamabad’s progressing endeavors to help the Afghan harmony and compromise process. The French president valued Pakistan’s sure job in getting harmony Afghanistan.
The two chiefs consented to keep on cooperating for harmony and solidness in the locale.