India and Pakistan have not maintained peace and harmony among themselves even after achieving sovereignty and independence 75 years ago. This is quite unfortunate. We hope and pray that just and lasting peace and prosperity is established in Kashmir.
United Nations. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan raised the issue of Kashmir in the high-level 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) here. “Establishing a just and lasting peace in Kashmir through dialogue and cooperation between India and Pakistan has paved the way for peace, stability and prosperity in South Asia,” Erdoğan said in his address to world leaders at the general debate of the General Assembly on Tuesday. May go.”
He said, “Turkey will continue to support the steps taken in this direction.” Erdoğan’s comments came when he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the G20 summit in New Delhi a few weeks ago. During this, both the leaders discussed strengthening bilateral relations in the field of trade and infrastructure. Erdoğan said that it is a matter of pride that India is playing an important role in the United Nations Security Council.
He told that he is in favor of making five permanent and 15 “non-permanent” members of the United Nations Security Council. The Turkish leader has raised the issue of Kashmir several times in recent years in his addresses to world leaders at the high-level session of the United Nations General Assembly. “India and Pakistan have not maintained peace and harmony among themselves even after achieving sovereignty and independence 75 years ago,” he said at the UNGA session on Tuesday. This is quite unfortunate. We hope and pray that just and lasting peace and prosperity is established in Kashmir.
Erdoğan also mentioned Jammu and Kashmir in a pre-recorded video statement in the general debate in 2020. At that time, India had described this as “completely unacceptable” and said that Turkey should respect the sovereignty of other countries and think more deeply about its policies.
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