India and Pakistan should find the trust and courage to resolve the differences, including Kashmir, to disarm the naysayers that have divided the entire region for the last few decades, Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said on Thursday. "Kashmiris should get the same rights that are afforded and awarded to other people in the world," Khar said at the Asia Society in New York.
"...If we are not able to find the trust and courage to resolve these issues, we will not be able to disarm the naysayers that have divided the entire region for the last few decades," she said. Khar, who is in New York to attend the 67th session on UN General Assembly, said, "Kashmir continues to be an issue that stokes anger and discontent among young people in the region and we think a resolution to it is urgent and important."
She said Pakistan has its position on Kashmir and it believes that the Security Council resolution should be followed. She said other territorial disputes with India on Sir Creek and Siachen also remains. Her comments came a day after President Asif Ali Zardari said Kashmir remains a symbol of failure of the UN system and Pakistan's principled position on territorial disputes remains a bedrock of its foreign policy.
"Kashmir remains a symbol of failures, rather than strengths of the UN system," Zardari said in his 20-minute speech at the 67th session of the UN General Assembly here. "We feel that resolution of these issues can only be arrived in an environment of cooperation," he said.
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