June 2007 News

Pak-India Talks Be Expedited: Mirwaiz

28 June 2007
The Pakistan Tribune

Paris: The Chairman of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, has said that time has come when India and Pakistan should expedite the pace of the ongoing dialogue process to help resolve Kashmir dispute, once and for all.   Speaking at meeting in Paris, he stressed that the Pak-India dialogue process should not be for the sake of dialogue only but it should be made result-oriented.   The ambassadors of Pakistan, India, America and the Britain and prominent personalities and intellectuals besides students of various universities of France attended the meeting.   The APHC chairman maintained that inclusion of Kashmiris in the talks process should be made mandatory so that Kashmir dispute could be resolved in accordance with Kashmiris’ aspirations. He pointed out that lasting peace in South Asia was directly associated with Kashmir solution.

 

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