Lord Carl Gustaf of Sweden said here on Wednesday that his nation has had “eyewitnesses” in Jammu and Kashmir for a long time.
The comments came against the background of media reports about Sweden calling for lifting of residual confinements in Kashmir, forced in August after the denial of the Himalayan state’s uncommon status.
“We can say we have individuals from Sweden, attempting to (be) eyewitnesses in these zones in Kashmir for some, numerous years. In that sense, we are attempting to be an onlooker if conceivable,” King Gustaf told a select gathering of writers here.
The Swedish ruler and his better half are on a five-day visit to India. The regal couple met Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Governor B S Koshyari prior in the day.
Approached if any idea for intervention by Sweden to determine the Kashmir debate was talked about when he met the Indian initiative in Delhi, he declined to reply, refering to a strategy of not remarking on political issues.
He named his visit as “intriguing” up until now, and included that there is a ton of extension for India and Sweden to cooperate.
Lord Carl Gustaf met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union fund serve Nirmala Sitharaman and delegates of the business in Delhi on Monday and Tuesday.
Environmental change is a significant issue for his nation, he stated, including that arrangements can be “troublesome” politically, and it would be great if explicit ventures took a shot at improving their working to make themselves progressively manageable.
He explicitly referenced the transportation part, which he said can enhance efficiency and receive elective wellsprings of vitality.
Sovereign Silvia, his significant other, talked about the Royal couple’s visit to the Versova seafront here on Wednesday morning where they partook in a sea shore tidy up activity.
“It was intriguing on the grounds that we have just observed photos of plastic and the ocean. Presently we could perceive what the ocean does to plastic,” she said.