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India lodges strong protest over Turkey's President's remarks on Kashmir

 (Fast Mail News) - India has strongly objected to the mention of Jammu and Kashmir in the speech of Turkish President Rajab Tayyab Erdogan at a high-level meeting at the United Nations, stating that it should respect the sovereignty of another country.



 In a tweet on Wednesday morning, India's permanent representative to the United Nations, TS Trimurti said that we have seen President Erdogan's statement on India's union territory Jammu and Kashmir. This is an attempt to directly interfere in the internal affairs of India and is totally unacceptable. Turkey must learn to respect the sovereignty of other countries and this should be clearly visible in its policies.


In a previously recorded message at a high-level meeting of the 75th General Assembly of the United Nations, Erdogan said that Jammu and Kashmir is an important issue related to stability and peace in South Asia and remains a burning issue. The abolition of special status of Jammu and Kashmir made the problem more complicated. This should be resolved through negotiations in accordance with the UN resolution and the expectations of the people of Kashmir.

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