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India furious over Germany’s foreign minister saying on Kashmir

India has asked Germany and Pakistan to focus on combating Pakistan-based extremists, who have been targeting Jammu and Kashmir for a long time, instead of the Kashmir issue.

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is on a visit to Germany. Bilawal Bhutto held a press conference with Foreign Minister Annalina Baierbock on Saturday in Berlin, Germany.

When the foreign ministers of both the countries were issuing the statement, they also mentioned Jammu and Kashmir.

Germany’s Foreign Minister openly spoke on Jammu and Kashmir, after which India had to issue a strong statement.

What did Germany say
During the joint press conference, German Foreign Minister Annalina Baierbock was asked about the problem of Jammu and Kashmir, she said, “I firmly believe that the role of every country in the world is to end conflicts and ensure That we live in a world full of peace.

“My appeal is not only about the situation in Europe, where Russia is waging war against Ukraine. It is our responsibility to also look at other areas where tension and war situation prevails.”

“I can say that Germany absolutely has a role and responsibility with regard to the situation in Kashmir. However, we support UN dialogue for a peaceful solution.”

After this, the Foreign Minister of Germany told that she has spoken to the Foreign Minister of Pakistan and she has told that positive signs have been seen in the cross-border cooperation between India and Pakistan.

He said that the ceasefire between the two countries is in force and Germany supports it and appeals to India and Pakistan to increase the political dialogue by following the path of ceasefire and the United Nations.

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who was with him, accused India of human rights violations in Kashmir.

Bhutto said that due to this there is a threat to the peace and stability of the region and the solution of Jammu and Kashmir problem is not possible without UN resolution and international laws.

At the same time, during the same press conference, the Foreign Minister of Germany told that Germany is going to help Pakistan affected by the floods. He told that Germany will give 50 million euros to Pakistan for humanitarian aid and reconstruction.

Apart from this, Germany has also announced an additional 10 million euros for emergency relief to Pakistan.

This is not the first time that Germany has made a big statement regarding India. Earlier in July, the German Foreign Ministry had issued a statement on the arrest of Alt News co-founder Mohamed Zubair and in a way took a jibe at India’s democracy.

In fact, the question was asked on the arrest of Mohammad Zubair in the press conference of the German Foreign Ministry. To which the German Foreign Ministry said in response, “India calls itself the world’s largest democracy. In such a situation, democratic values ​​such as freedom of expression and press can be expected from him. Necessary space should be given to the press. We are committed to freedom of expression.”

“We support the freedom of the press around the world. This is something that is of great importance and it applies in India as well. Independent reporting is very important for any society. Restrictions on journalism are a matter of concern. Journalists cannot be put in jail for speaking and writing.

India responded to Germany
Soon after the statements of Germany and Pakistan on the Kashmir problem, the Indian Foreign Ministry has issued a statement on this.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi issued a statement saying that all honest countries of the global community have a responsibility to end international terrorism and especially cross-border terrorism.

Without directly naming Pakistan, the Ministry of External Affairs has said that Jammu and Kashmir has been bearing the brunt of a terrorist campaign for decades which is still going on.

India said that due to cross-border terrorism, foreign nationals have become targets in Kashmir as well as in other parts of India.

After this, the Indian Foreign Ministry, referring to the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, said that the United Nations Security Council and the FATF are still searching for terrorists based in Pakistan.

After this, India gave a strong message saying that ‘when nations do not accept such danger because of selfishness or differences, they do not promote peace work but ignore it. They also do grave injustice to the victims of terrorism.