EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT FORCED INDIA TO ENSURE FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT IN OCCUPIED KASHMIR 132

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ENFORCEMENT OF KASHMIR

“Both India and Pakistan must talk in a direct dialogue for a peaceful solution of Kashmir dispute in full respect of the international human rights obligations.”
Despite of the Indian attempts, the European Parliament talked the Kashmir conflict after 12 years. The members of seven countries engage part in the debate.
Opening the debate on from the High Representative of European Union for Foreign Affairs and Vice President of European Commission Ms. Federica Mogherini, EU Minister Ms Tytti Tuppurainen pressurized India and Pakistan to seek a peaceful and political solution, respectful of interest of the Kashmiri population on both sides of the Line of Control.
She said this is the only way to solve the long-lasting dispute to avoid instability and insecurity in the subcontinent.
The EU minister underlined the importance of avoiding further war, saying our position on Kashmir remains unchanged.
Most of the members pressurized India to lift curfew and communication blockade in the held valley.
Ending up the debate, Ms. Tytti Tuppurainen asked that EU will continue to monitor closely the situation with a focus on de-escalation of the situation involving two nuclear powers.
Kashmiris are under military siege from August 5, the day when the Indian government ate special status of the occupied Kashmir from its constitution.

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