China while raising Kashmir issue in UN General Assembly (UNGA) has urged that the Kashmir dispute should be resolved as per UN Security Council (UNSC) resolutions.
China is against the abuse of power and will never yield to pressure, FM Wang Yi said at the 74th session of the UN General Assembly on Fri, adding that China will remain committed to sovereign equality and non-interference in other countries' internal affairs. pic.twitter.com/D9LWHzXFF5
— People's Daily, China (@PDChina) September 28, 2019
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said while UNGA session here Kashmir issue is old outstanding issue of history and it should be addressed peacefully in accordance with UNSC resolutions and bilateral accords.
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Kashmir issue is a dispute left from history, and should be properly and peacefully resolved based on UN Charter, relevant UNSC resolutions & bilateral agreements: Chinese FM Wang Yi https://t.co/zp9E9wi1jf #ImranKhanVoiceOfKashmir #IKFinalTalkForKashmir #ImranKhanMakesHistory
— Radio Pakistan (@RadioPakistan) September 27, 2019
He said China opposes all unilateral steps complicating the situation. He added that his country wants stability in the region.
Earlier Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan while referring to Kashmir during his address to UNGA session had also said that as many as 8 million people are still not being allowed to come out of their homes. There is a need to resolve this problem through dialogue on the basis of justice and truth rather than skirmishes or war for the sake of security of Kashmiris, Indians and Pakistanis.
While addressing the event on countering hate speech, organized by Pakistan and Turkey, President of the Turkey Recep Tayyab Erdogan said that Kashmir has been turned into an open prison. There is a fear of bloodshed there. #Turkey #UNGA #UNGA74 @Dr_FirdousPTI
— External Publicity Wing (@epwing_official) September 25, 2019
Turkish president said on one side a lucky minority in the world is continuing debate on robots and on the other side over one billion people are spending life below poverty line in the world unfortunately.
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He announced in categorical terms that the bid to allow a part of world to spend a luxury life and to push other part of world to poverty is not acceptable.
The world future can not be limited to veto of five countries in the world. Now the time has come that we should change our minds and rules, he stressed.