India Objects To US Envoy Blome’s Visit To Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir: MEA

MEA India spokesperson, Arindam Bagchi (file image)

New Delhi: The Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi on Friday said that India has firmly objected to the US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome’s visit to Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK)

Key Takeaways:

  • The MEA Spokesperson said, “Our objections to the visit and meetings in PoK by the US envoy have been conveyed to the US side.”.
  • He further said that “The death of six prisoners in Pakistan including five fishermen in the last nine months is alarming.”
  • He said that “The matter has been raised by our high commission in Islamabad. Pakistan is duty bound to maintain the safety and security of Indian prisoners,”.
  • He talked about India abstaining vote at UNHRC on holding a debate over the human rights situation in China’s Xinjiang province and said “India’s vote at UNHRC in line with its long-held position-country-specific resolutions are never helpful.”
  • MEA pointed out, “The situation is still not normal. Some positive steps have been taken, but some more need to be taken.”. While talking about the LAC situation.
  • While responding to the UK PM home secretary’s remarks about FTA increasing immigration, he said “Migration mobility is a crucial element and there’s understanding about it.
  • He further added “ Whenever there is an Indian citizen abroad we strongly encourage legal migration. We’ll expect the UK side to show demonstrable action on it.”

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