Pakistan seek Japan's support against India over Occupied Kashmir lockdown

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Pakistan seek Japan's support against India over Occupied Kashmir lockdown

TOKYO - President Dr Arif Alvi has urged Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to play role for restoration of fundamental human rights of Kashmiri people in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK).

The president met the Japanese PM in Tokyo and felicitated the Japanese PM on the enthronement of the Emperor of Japan . Alvi stressed on the need for both countries to work together closely to enhance mutually beneficial relations.

He said both countries should enhance relations in the fields of investment, trade, human resource development and people to people contacts.

The president also expressed his heartfelt condolences on the loss of precious lives caused by the recent Typhoon Hagibis in Japan and wished early recovery of the injured, local media reported.

The president briefed Abe about the worsening situation in IoK after Indian government repealed the special status given to IoK. President Alvi urged the Japanese PM to play role for restoration of human rights in the valley.

President Alvi met Japanese Prime Minister. Both sides stressed on the need to enhance mutually beneficial relations. President Alvi also discussed the worsening situation of human rights

Foreign Policy