Germany, the country of the infamous dictator Hitler, has sung the Kashmir rage on the surrender of Pakistan. German Foreign Minister Annalena Bierbock said that her country demands the role of the United Nations on the Kashmir issue. He said this in a joint press conference with Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who came to ask for donations. Baerbock said he believes that every country in the world has a role and responsibility to resolve conflicts and ensure that we live in a peaceful world. Meanwhile, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also reiterated the same stereotype of human rights violations in Kashmir. He also falsely accused India of committing atrocities on Kashmiri civilians and suppressing voice on the strength of the army.Bilawal Bhutto Zardani sang Kashmir raga
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that peace within South Asia is not possible without a peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir issue as per the UN resolutions and keeping in mind the aspirations of the Kashmiri people. He accused India of committing atrocities in Kashmir and human rights violations. Bilawal Bhutto also invited the German Foreign Minister to visit Pakistan after receiving a donation of 10 million euros. Bilawal said that Pakistan and Germany are fully prepared to strengthen mutual cooperation. During this, the German Foreign Minister also talked about investing in Pakistan.
India immediately gave a befitting reply to Germany
After the German Foreign Minister’s statement on Kashmir, India also did not delay in responding. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi, without directly naming Pakistan, said that Jammu and Kashmir has been bearing the brunt of terrorism for decades and it continues to this day. Bagchi said that all serious and conscientious members of the global community have a role and responsibility to eliminate international terrorism, especially terrorism of a cross-border nature. The Indian Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has bore the brunt of such terrorism for decades. It continues till now.
Told a lot on the issue of terrorism
Bagchi said foreign nationals have suffered there and in other parts of India as well. The United Nations Security Council and FATF are still pursuing Pakistani terrorists involved in the gruesome 26/11 attacks. Bagchi said that when countries do not accept such threats, either because of selfishness or apathy, they undermine the cause of peace and do not promote it. They also do grave injustice to the victims of terrorism.
(with input from agency)