Saudi Arabia backs UN Resolution for Kashmir, conflict can be resolved amicably, says Saudi FM


Kashmir Saudi Foreign Minister reiterated on Wednesday in a Televised interview that Kingdom supports United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions to resolve Kashmir’s dispute between India and Pakistan, and both countries should initiate talks to preserve Kashmiri interest.

“We have said there are UN resolutions with regard to Kashmir that Saudi Arabia supports,” the 57-year-old Saudi FM, Adel al-Jubeir, said to India Today TV.

He spoke in favor of Kashmiris and said that the Kingdom has always backed the two countries to sit at the negotiating table and resolve the conflict amicably.

“We believe where there is good will and honest dialogue a resolution to this issue can be achieved,” he enthused.

However, he politely refused to comment without knowledge on whether Pakistan has been responsible for “cross border terrorism”, “I am not aware of that”—he politely declined.

During the Crown Prince’s visit to India, he promised to cordinate with India in intelligence sharing and combatting extremism that has posed threat to both the nations.

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