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China and Pakistan defeat in UNSC on Article 370, Russia again stand with India as a best Friend

China and Pakistan defeat in UNSC on Article 370, Russia again stand with India as a best Friend

Pakistan has to face Article 370 in the UN Security Council. Except for China, no other country supported Pakistan on Kashmir issue. According to the report, Russia described Kashmir as a bilateral issue of India and Pakistan. According to the news agency ANI, China and Pakistan accused India in a secret UN meeting on Article 370 in Kashmir, but it did not get the support of other countries.

After the meeting, China's ambassador to the United Nations, Zhang Jun, appealed to India and Pakistan to settle their differences peacefully and abandon the idea of ​​taking advantage of the "harm to each other". He described China's stand on the Jammu and Kashmir issue "The unilateral move of India has changed the status quo in Kashmir which is considered a controversy internationally," he said.

Opposing India's move to remove the status of a special state of Kashmir and make Ladakh a separate union territory, he said, "This move of India has also challenged China's sovereign interests and create peace and stability in the border areas." Violated bilateral agreements. China is quite concerned. "Russia's Deputy Permanent Representative Dmitry Polinsky told reporters before going to the meeting room that Moscow believed it was a" bilateral "matter between India and Pakistan. He said that the meeting has been held to understand what is happening.

Significantly, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Tuesday (August 13) formally demanded a meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss India's move to abolish the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. In a video message, Qureshi said that he had written a formal letter to the UN Security Council (UNSC) President through Maleha Lodhi, Pakistan's permanent representative at UNSC, to hold a meeting.
After India's decision to abolish most of the provisions of Article 370 giving special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan announced that it would go to the UN Security Council against the decision of New Delhi. India has been consistently telling the international community that its move to scrap most of the provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution is an internal matter and advised Pakistan to "accept this truth".

It is noteworthy that details of closed-door meetings are not public and verbatim records of statements are not kept. Discussions are held informal meetings of members of the Security Council. According to UN records, the last time the Security Council discussed the dispute between India and Pakistan over the area of ​​Jammu and Kashmir under the agenda of the 'India-Pakistan' question in 1965. Recently Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi had said that his country had formally called for an emergency meeting of the Security Council to discuss India's decision to end the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

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