ISLAMABAD: Malaysian Prime Minister (PM) Tun Mahathir bin Mohamad expressed concern over the state of affairs in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK), stated a press release issued by the Foreign Office (FO) on Monday.
In keeping with the assertion, Mahathir expressed his views over a phone name with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
PM Imran additionally reiterated his views and stated that India’s announcement concerning the standing of IOK was in clear violation of the United Nations Safety Council (UNSC) resolutions.
The premier highlighted that this might deteriorate the peace and safety of the area, and would additional undermine the relations between two neighbors.
The Malaysian PM additionally stated that he was wanting ahead to the UN Common Meeting session and a gathering with PM Imran on the sidelines.
Earlier on Monday, Pakistan strongly condemned the Indian authorities’s choice to revoke Article 370, scrapping the particular standing for occupied Kashmir by way of a presidential decree hours after imposing a serious safety clampdown within the area.
“The Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally acknowledged disputed territory,” the International Workplace stated in a press assertion launched earlier within the day.