Pakistan requested an urgent meeting of the UN security Council because of the situation with Kashmir
If India decides to resort again to the use of force, Pakistan will be forced to respond in self-defense, using all its capabilities.
Pakistan requested a meeting of the UN Security Council in connection with the decision of India to abolish the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir. This was reported by Reuters with reference to the letter of the foreign Minister of Pakistan Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
“If India decides to resort again to the use of force, Pakistan will be forced to respond in self-defense, using all its capabilities,” said Qureshi in a letter, stating that Pakistan is requesting the holding of a meeting of the UN security Council “given the dangerous consequences of the actions of India”.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland, presiding in the UN security Council in August, Jacek Czaputowicz confirmed to reporters the receipt of the letter. He also said that the UN security Council “would discuss the matter and take an appropriate decision”.
We will remind, on 5 August the government of India decided to deprive the state of Jammu and Kashmir special status. The government began to transfer thousands of military in this region.
In response, Pakistan has lowered the level of diplomatic relations with India. Also, the Committee of national security of Pakistan decided to review all bilateral agreements with India.
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