Brussels Seminar Demands Tripartite Talks
10 October 2003
News Network International
Brussels: In Brussels an international seminar has demanded holding of tripartite talks to settle Kashmir issue on the basis of Kashmiris' birth right to self-determination. The demand was made in a memorandum unanimously adopted at the largely attended seminar following formal opening of Kashmir Centre which has been set up to effectively project Kashmiris cause. The Executive Director of the International Council for Human Rights, Barrister Majeed Tramboo presented the memorandum, which called upon India to put an end to gross human rights violations in occupied Kashmir. The seminar was participated by luminaries from Europe and the United States. Those who spoke on the occasion included members of the parliament from Italy, UK, Norway besides Kashmiri activists, Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai, Farooq Siddiqi and Muhammad Shoaib. Barrister Majeed Tramboo told Kashmir Media Service from Brussels today that Kashmir Centre will closely work with European Union and world human rights organisations to project human rights violations by Indian troops meted out to Kashmiris.