First Since 1965, UN Security Council to Hold Rare Closed-Door Meeting on Kashmir Today on China, Pak Request

Poland, that presently holds the protection Council’s rotating presidency, has listed the geographical region matter for discussion at 7:30 pm IST.

New Delhi: The global organization SC is scheduled to carry a rare meeting on geographical region once Bharat revoked special standing to J&K. The meeting can ensue behind closed doors on Fri, diplomats same.

News agency fetoprotein is reportable that Poland, that presently holds the protection Council’s rotating presidency, has listed the matter for discussion at 10:00 am civil time (7:30 pm IST).

It is very rare for the protection Council to debate the geographical region. The last time there was a full SC meeting on the mountain chain region was in 1965, the report same.

Friday’s discussion won’t be thought of a full security meeting however rather noted as closed-door consultations, that have become a lot of} more common, diplomats same.

A report in PTI quoted a prime UN diplomat as speech communication that China, AN unrestricted ally of Asian nation, had asked for “closed consultations” within the UN SC to debate the geographical region issue once the capital of Pakistan wrote a letter seeking a gathering. The diplomat told PTI on condition of obscurity that an invitation for such a gathering was submitted terribly recently.

“China asked for closed consultations on the protection Council item ‘India Asian nation Question’. The request was in respect to the Pakistani letter to SC President,” the diplomat same.

India has flatly told the international community that its move to scrap Article 370 of the Constitution removing the special standing to Jammu and the geographical region was an interior matter and has additionally suggested the Asian nation to “accept the reality”.

UN executive Antonio Guterres has urged Bharat and Asian nation to exercise “maximum restraint” and refrain from taking steps that would have an effect on the standing of Jammu and geographical region. He had highlighted the Simla Agreement that rejects any third-party mediation on the problem.

Pakistan formally involved AN emergency meeting of the UNSC to debate Bharat revoking the special standing to Jammu and geographical region, government minister crowned head Mahmood Qureshi same on Th.

Qureshi same that a discussion on the geographical region issue within the UNSC once four decades are going to be a landmark diplomatic action, Pakistani media reportable.

“The world must realise that it’s the problem of humanity and not a bit of land between the 2 countries,” the state-run PTV quoted Qureshi as speech communication.

Qureshi sent a proper letter to UNSC president Joanna Wronecka through the country’s Permanent Representative Maleha Lodhi to convene the meeting. Qureshi same letter also will be shared with all members of the UNSC.

Last Fri, Qureshi had air-dashed to the national capital for imperative consultations with the Chinese leadership on the problem of raising the geographical region issue at the UNSC. once he comes back to the Asian nation, he had the same national capital totally supported capital of Pakistan in approaching the UNSC.

“China has directed its representative in the big apple to stay shut liaison with Pakistani diplomats on the problem,” Qureshi told reporters in the capital of Pakistan last week. Same China and Asian nation had additionally appointive their focal persons at Director-General level for the aim.

China needs the resolution of the problem consistent with the UN Resolutions, he added.

During his bilateral meeting with Chinese government minister Wang Loloish on Mon in the national capital, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar sent that Bharat’s call to revoke the special standing of Jammu and the geographical region was an interior matter for India.

He same the problem associated with changes in a very temporary provision of the Constitution of Bharat and was the only real privilege of the country.

Jaishankar noted that the legislative measures were geared toward promoting higher governance and socio-economic development and there was no implication for either the external boundaries of Bharat or the road of Actual management (LAC) with China.

“India wasn’t raising any further territorial claims. The Chinese considerations during this regard were so misplaced,” he said.

Jaishankar was emphatic to Wang that these changes had no about the Asian nation because it was an interior matter.

“It didn’t impact the LoC. wherever Bharat Asian nation relations area unit involved, Chinese facet ought to base its assessment on realities. India, as an accountable power, had shown restraint in the face of provocative Pakistani rhetoric and actions. Bharat has continuously stood for normalization of the ties in an environment freed from terror,” the minister same.