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Resolution of Kashmir issue must for regional peace: army chief

Genera­l Raheel Sharif terms Kashmi­r an unfini­shed agenda, urges intern­ationa­l commun­ity to help resolv­e the disput­e



A day after India rejected Pakistan’s four-point peace roadmap, Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif urged world powers to help resolve the longstanding Kashmir dispute for peace in South Asia.

“Kashmir is an unfinished agenda. World must help in resolving the Kashmir issue if [it] want[s] genuine peace in region,” said the army chief while addressing a seminar at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in London, according to the ISPR.

Kashmir an unfinished http://t.co/sXYvvM5YgH must help in resolving Kashmir Issue if want genuine peace in region-5 pic.twitter.com/mV4gfVwK0a

— AsimBajwa (@AsimBajwaISPR) October 2, 2015

General Raheel said Pakistan’s disputes with India resided with Kashmir, and the continuing ceasefire violations and indirect strategy against Pakistan was affecting the country negatively.

Indian intransigence,LOC violations&indirect strategy vs Pak negatively affecting the region.Our disputes reside in Kashmir Issue-4

— AsimBajwa (@AsimBajwaISPR) October 2, 2015

The COAS said Pakistan supports the Afghan peace process, adding that one should be aware of detractors as reconciliation was the only way forward.

While we continue 2 support enduring&permanent peace in Afgn.Lets all beware of detractors &spoilers.Recon way fwd,everyone 2 support-2

— AsimBajwa (@AsimBajwaISPR) October 2, 2015

He added that Pakistan had brotherly ties with Afghanistan and greater international cooperation was must for regional peace.

With people of Afgn our relations brotherly&blood ties.Border mngmt&greater int coop must for regional peace.Anti Pak propaganda must end-3

— AsimBajwa (@AsimBajwaISPR) October 2, 2015

Read: Ghani says Pak-Afghan ties not brotherly

“Anti Pakistan propaganda must end,” he added.

Earlier on Thursday, General Raheel made it clear that Pakistan was against proxies and would not allow them to operate from its soil, rejecting Afghan president’s claim in which he had linked the country with terrorists’ sanctuaries and support networks.

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