'The world criticises Indian human rights violations in Kashmir'

Qureshi says that issues will continue between India and Pakistan until the Kashmir dispute is resolved.

Express October 30, 2010

MULTAN: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Saturday said that the whole world has criticised Indian human rights violations in Indian Kashmir.

Talking to the media outside Multan airport, Qureshi said one good thing that has come out of his meetings with the European Union officials was the highlighting of the cause of the Kashmiris.

He said that issues will continue between India and Pakistan, until the Kashmir dispute is resolved.

Qureshi claimed that his meetings with the EU leaders have also given Pakistanis access to markets in Europe.

About his talks in the US, he said they were useful and the Americans are now clearer about Pakistan's goals in the region.

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kamal | 9 years ago | Reply | Recommend yaa..and the world starts in pakistan and ends in China???
Rehan | 9 years ago | Reply | Recommend Pakistan should forget Kashmir and concentrate more on the development. It should build hospitals, schools, roads, should provide all such basic amenities first. It should be its priority. Now Kashmir, then SWAT, then Baluchistan, wot then?! Its HIGH TIME we Pakistanis stopped thinking about Kashmir.
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