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PM Imran phones Indonesia's president to discuss Kashmir situation

PM Imran phones Indonesia's president to discuss Kashmir situation
August 12, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - Prime Minister Imran Khan phoned Indonesia's president Joko Widodo on Sunday and apprised him of tense situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir. The premier took Indonesian president into confidence and conveyed his concerns about India's nefarious designs in the held valley. During telephonic conversation, Imran Khan stressed that the international community is duty bound to act to prevent any such calamity from happening. "Occupied Kashmir is under a complete clampdown and that there is a serious risk of innocent Kashmiris getting killed in large numbers as a result of enhanced repression by Indian security forces. The PM also apprised Indonesian president about Pakistan's consistent efforts to resolve the long outstanding Kashmir dispute through peaceful means, in accordance with the United Nations Security Council Resolutions. However, India's intransigence had been the constant obstacle in this regard. Both leaders developed consensus that only dialogue between Pakistan and India could lead to the permanent resolution to Kashmir dispute. Both sides also agreed that there was a need to resolve the issue peacefully and within the framework of international law.