KC-EU to campaign for averting war in South Asia

Brussels, February 28 (KMS): The Kashmir Council European Union (KC-EU) has decided to launch a notable campaign calling the European Union to play role for averting a war in the South Asian region.

The decision was approved in a meeting of KC-EU headed by its Chairman, Ali Raza Syed at its central secretariat in Brussels.

Condemning the recent Indian aggression on areas of Azad Kashmir along with the Line of Control of Kashmir and as well as Pakistan’s territories, the meeting underlined that Indian adventurous moves can escalate an atomic war in the region.

In a statement after the meeting, the Chairman of Kashmir Council EU, Ali Raza Syed said, the severe situation of the region is due to Indian long avoidance from dialogue process with Pakistan.

He said, “We are going to meet high ranking officials of European Union and as well members of EU parliament asking them to prevent Indian adventurous activities in the region because war, which causes the only destruction, is not a solution of the problem. EU should bring Pakistan and India on the table of talks and Kashmiris as a key party to the issue should be included in the talks.

He said people of the whole region including Kashmiris want peace and peace in the region can be restored only after the just resolution of Kashmir dispute. According to him, beside the meetings, KC-EU will also dispatch letters to the higher authorities of EU requesting them to play their role for peace in South Asia.

Meanwhile, the Kashmir Council EU has also finalised its protest demonstration to be held on Monday in front of the EU headquarters in Brussels. The demonstration would be held against the war and in favour of peace in South Asia and all peace-lovers are invited to join the demonstration.

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