ISLAMABAD: Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Jammu and Kashmir Yousef alDobeay said Tuesday the association was exceptionally concerned with respect to the circumstance in involved Kashmir.

A day sooner, an OIC appointment drove by alDobeay came to Pakistan and is relied upon to visit the Line of Control tomorrow to get direct information about the loss of lives and property brought about by the unpredictable terminating of Indian powers.

Tending to a question and answer session nearby Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi he stated: “OIC completely underpins the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. We reaffirm that the entirety of our part states are supporting this issue with the goal that they [Kashmiris] can get the privilege of self-assurance.”

“Pakistan has demonstrated the world that it is a quiet state by utilizing political strategies in the [recent] circumstances,” he said.

“Tomorrow we will visit Jammu and Kashmir with the goal that we can see the on-ground circumstance and afterward we will visit the Line of Control (LoC), he stated, including that after the visit we ” will introduce a point by point report in the OIC [meeting].”

He educated the presser that he was selected as the uncommon emissary a year ago in Ramadan and has from that point forward observed Pakistan play a functioning and urgent job with respect to Kashmir.

“On the off chance that I consider myself to be a writer, at that point I will pose an inquiry to myself that how significant is the matter of involved Kashmir to the OIC and this is a typical inquiry, and I will answer: “We keep this issue on the highest point of our motivation simply like the Palestinian clash.”

“Pakistan is a functioning individual from the OIC after India disavowed Kashmir’s uncommon status on August 5 a year ago. Pakistan quickly mentioned to call a summit,” he said.

“We called a summit and there we demonstrated solidarity with Pakistan,” he noted, including that “The OIC’s Kashmir office is the most dynamic when contrasted with others, it is assuming a functioning job in view of Pakistan.”

“The workplace assembles a conference two times every year, once in Jeddah and the other in New York.”

Then again, FM Qureshi included that Pakistan was attempting its best to fathom the Kashmir issues without savagery and that the war was not for the district.

“By what means would this be able to give influence the district, we saw a little look at it in February a year ago,” he said.

Alluding to the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres’ ongoing visit, he stated: “The UNSG visited Pakistan and we all profited by his remarks. He communicated worries over the human rights infringement occurring there. He has brought the Kashmir issue to the world’s consideration.”

On Monday, the Foreign Office said that a six-part assignment of the OIC showed up in Islamabad to visit Azad Jammu and Kashmir and the Line of Control.

In a post on Twitter, FO Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said a group captain by OIC Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Jammu and Kashmir Yousef al Dobeay will be in Pakistan from March 2-6.

She included that the assignment will visit the Line of Control to get direct information about the loss of lives and property brought about by the Indian powers’ unpredictable terminating.

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