July 2003 News

China Should Be Included In Tripartite Talks On Kashmir Issue: Qayyum

2 July 2003
The Pakistan Tribune

Dheerkot: Former Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Sardar Abdul Qayyum Wednesday proposed that China should be included in tripartite talks for the solution of Kashmir issue . He was of the view that without insertion of China in Pak-India talks the issue could not be resolved despite the reason that China was not a party in UN resolutions for Kashmir issue . Sardar Abdul Qayyum observed this while talking to reporters here in Ghazi Abad at his residence . Commenting on the statement by President General Pervez Musharaf that Kashmir issue could be solved on give and take basis he said that these are still desires and the issue could be resolved only by resumption of dialogue between the two countries . He hailed the recent visit of president Musharraf saying this visit is of great success vis--vis present international situation . Former PM AJK was of the view that US has not proposed any road map for solution of Kashmir issue . He also said that US has offered India to accept membership of UN Security Council in exchange of solution of Kashmir issue .

 

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