K-RESOLUTION IN INTEREST OF GLOBAL COMMUNITY: FAI
Washington, Mar 27: Kashmiri American Council/Kashmir Center, executive director, Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai has said the cost of inaction on Kashmir issue by the international community was enormous and the resolution of the dispute was in the interest of world.
“Is the lesson in Kashmir that a nuclear power–India–with an attractive economic market can defy international law, human rights and morality with impunity? What would that do to the cause of non-proliferation? What would that do for the cause of humanity? What would that do for securing adherence to the United Nations Security Council resolutions when the Council has just not only adopted the resolution for no-fly zone in Libya, but has started rightfully implementing it," said Dr. Fai, while addressing a gathering of Americans of Kashmiri heritage along with the friends of Kashmir in Springfield, Virginia.
Fai warned that cost of inaction by the international community was enormous–for the global community, for the region of South Asia and especially for the people of Valley.
“If the global initiative is taken, it will not only end the bloodshed and suffering in Kashmir, but also will have a direct positive effect on international security by eliminating regional fighting and risk of a nuclear war between India and Pakistan.”
“It is in everyone’s interests to settle the Kashmir peacefully without delay,” Dr Fai said.
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