Un Chief Invokes Shimla Agreement

On 9 August, UN chief Antonio Guterres urged India and Pakistan to exercise "maximum restraint" and not take steps that could influence the status of Jammu and Kashmir, stressing the Shimla agreement, which denies third-party mediation on the issue. Amid the weakening of india-Pakistan relations after India abolished Articke 370 to grant special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, UN chief Antonio Guterres on Thursday called on India and Pakistan for "maximum restraint." He also called on the two neighbouring countries not to take measures that could affect the status of Jammu and Kashmir, while highlighting the Shimla agreement, which opposes third-party mediation on the issue. After Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan called on the international community to examine the situation in Kashmir, UN chief Antonio Guterres called on his neighbours to be "maximum restraint." The UN chief then referred to the Simla agreement, which stipulates that Kashmir is a bilateral matter. Islamabad had asked the UN chief to play his "due role" after New Delhi`s decision to withdraw the special status to J-K. Instead, he referred to the Shimla agreement, which is a bilateral agreement between India and Pakistan, and refuses any third-party mediation on this issue. According to the report, the reference to the Shimla agreement is in a way a rejection of Pakistan`s attempts to request UN intervention in this matter, since the 1972 pact provides the framework for a bilateral settlement of the conflict. RELATED: J-K "Security is 100% controlled," confirms Chinese Corps Commander Lt Gen KJS Dhillon As you know, Swarajya is a media product that depends directly on the support of its readers in the form of subscriptions. We don`t have the muscles and support of a big media conglomerate, and we`re playing for the big advertising sweep... Aimed at the nation for the first time after the lifting of the Artile 370, Prime Minister Modi said the center is working to bring maximum development to Jammua nd Kashmir and Ladhakh, which has been ignored for decades. He reaffirmed J-K`s determination to take terror. He attacked the "status quo" mentality of people who made them believe that even over time, nothing would change. .

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. (File) Photo credit: Reuters Becoming a sponsor or subscriber for 999 ru./year is the best way to support our efforts. After the restoration of normality in Kashmir, a panicked and isolated Pakistan drove Indian envoy Ajay Bisaria out of the country. According to the information provided, Pakistan also decided not to send its High Commissioner-designate, who was due to take office in August. In a number of other approaches in the neighbouring country, the neighbouring country has decided to downgrade its relations with India.

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