OIC adopts resolution on Kashmir rejecting Indian stance. According to details, the 47th meeting of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers was held in Niami, the capital of Niger, in which a resolution on Occupied Kashmir was passed.
According to the text of the resolution, the Kashmir dispute has been on the agenda of the Security Council for more than seven decades.
The resolution said that the Indian measures were aimed at changing the proportion of the population in the region, while the Indian measures were aimed at snatching other rights of Kashmiris, including the referendum.
“Indian attitude, Balakot tragedy, aggression on LOC, Working Boundary was condemned.” The resolution called on India to increase the role of the UN Military Observer Group on the LOC, and for India to resolve all disputes following international law and treaties.
The resolution called on the international community to “monitor the situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir and the UN, the international community to play a role in the early resumption of Pak-India talks, to appoint a UN Secretary-General as Special Envoy.”
“The Special Representative should monitor human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir. The Special Representative should brief the UN Secretary-General on the situation in Kashmir.”