Positive development reported on Kashmir conflict from European Union
ISLAMABAD - A Positive development has been reported on Kashmir conflict from European Union.
The European Union (EU) has called for an immediate political dialogue process between India and Pakistan with the involvement of the people of Kashmir.
In a response to a letter dispatched by Chairman Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) Ali Raza Syed to the President of European Commission, EU External Action Service (EU’s Foreign Ministry) said, EU is closely following the situation in the region.
The reply to Chairman KC-EU was sent by Dietmar Krissler, the head of Pakistan-Afghanistan Division at Directorate of Asia and Pacific of External Action Service on the behalf of President European Commission.
In his reply to KC-EU the EU’s official described that the EU will continue to encourage India and Pakistan to find a lasting solution of the situation by involving as for as possible the Kashmiri people.
About human rights violations, the EU’s official said, European Union considers that any allegation of human rights abuses should be investigated thoroughly, promptly and transparently, in line with both countries’ intentional human rights obligations.
The EU’s letter further said, through public statements and direct active engagements with both India and Pakistan, the EU’s High Representative Federica Mogherini highlighted the importance of de-escalating the situation and that it is crucial that Pakistan and Indian resume dialogue, both at diplomatic and political levels. The High Representative has in her dialogue with foreign ministers of both countries underlined the importance of taking into account the interests of local population.