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India rejects unwarranted reference by Pakistan to Jammu and Kashmir at UNSC

IndiaTimes Thursday, 21 November 2019
Pakistan's newly appointed envoy to the UN Munir Akram, speaking in the Council for the first time since assuming charge, raked up the issue of Kashmir. Akram said the Security Council has had uneven record in resolving threats to and breaches of international peace and security and there has been prolonged inaction in some cases.
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