Resolution Of Kashmir Dispute Not Possible Without Intervention Of International Powers: Defence expert


Defence experts from England and Pakistan deliberated that the resolution to the Kashmir dispute was not possible without the intervention of international powers.

This was discussed during an interactive session hosted by the Center for Global and Strategic Studies (CGSS) in Pakistan Islamabad with a delegation from the United Kingdom Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS). The RCDS delegation included senior students from 10 countries.

During the session, participants discussed the Kashmir issue and possible solutions. They deliberated that the political leadership in Kashmir had become irrelevant after the youth set up their own localised leadership. They added that a resolution to the Kashmir issue was not possible without the intervention of international powers as bilateral solutions have never materialised.

Further, they said that this issue had now become a global problem. The participants discussed the atrocities of India in Kashmir and requested the international community to urge a feasible solution for the sake of Kashmiris and their 70 years of suffering.