Saturday, March 11, 2017

India snubs new UN chief

India has again reiterated that only a bilateral solution to the Kashmir issue is possible, amid indications that the new United Nations (UN) secretary general Antonio Gutterres was looking at ways to break the deadlock between the two nations.

Responding to reports that Guterres was considering to open a conversation with senior Indian and Pakistani officials on Kashmir, Government sources said in New Delhi that our position on addressing all issues between India and Pakistan bilaterally has not changed. 

Guterres' spokesperson Farhan Haq was quoted as saying that the secretary general "will talk to different officials if it helps to move the process along. Haq was answering journalists' questions about the situation in Kashmir.

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