First Kashmir Conference held in Germany

Participants unanimously approve resolution against Indian aggression


Our Correspondent July 26, 2021
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GERMANY:

The first Kashmir Conference organised by the Pakistani community was held in an East German city on Monday.

Officials of the Pakistani Embassy in Berlin and a large number of Pakistani nationals attended the conference

Deputy Ambassador Sarah Khan while addressing the conference said that Kashmiris had been waiting for justice from the world for the last 74 years.

“We stand with Kashmiris in every field. We will not leave Kashmiris alone. Kashmir is the jugular vein of Pakistan. One cannot survive without it,” she said.

Other speakers present on the occasion said that they would continue protest movements till the independence of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

“August 5, 2019, was tantamount to snatching the freedom of Kashmiris,” said one of the speakers.

Read Indian forces martyr five Kashmiri freedom fighters in IIOJK

The Kashmir Conference unanimously approved a resolution against Indian aggression. It maintained that the status of IIOJK before August 5, 2019, should be restored and the changes made in the law should be withdrawn.

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Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan on the occasion of Kashmir Martyrs Day, said the indomitable spirit of resistance remains alive as Kashmiri men and women continue to fight the illegal Indian occupation.

"Pakistan stands with the Kashmiris in their just struggle and will not compromise till they get their right to self-determination guaranteed by UNSC resolutions," PM Imran said in a tweet.

The premier further said that Kashmiris' struggle against tyranny and illegal Indian occupation was steeped in a history of resistance and sacrifice.

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