SRINAGAR: Pakistan on Saturday said that it is obligatory upon the United Nations to persuade the Indian government for peaceful settlement of the long-standing Kashmir dispute, Radio Pakistan reported.
According to the report, Pakistan’s permanent representative to the UN, Dr Maleeha Lodhi, said India was non-serious in finding a solution to the Kashmir dispute.
“India’s arrogance is deteriorating situation in the region that can be a threat to regional and international peace and security,” the report quoted Maleeha as saying in a private TV programme.
She said Pakistan is highlighting Kashmir issue at all forums to seek international attention.
“The letter of the UN Secretary General to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the issue is an evidence of our efforts. PM’s letter has been properly responded and circulated among the UNSC members as an official document,” Maleeha added.