According to the report, the reference to the Shimla agreement is in a way a rejection of Pakistan`s attempts to request UN intervention in this matter, since the 1972 pact provides the framework for a bilateral settlement of the conflict. Instead, he referred to the Shimla agreement, which is a bilateral agreement between India and Pakistan, and refuses any third-party mediation on this issue. The Kashmir Valley sees an unprecedented blockade with the presence of 46,000 additional soldiers who rushed into the valley because of the decision to deprive Jammu and Kashmir of its special status. . . . In his 40-minute speech, as Prime Minister Modi Kashmiris sought to be sworn in, the valley remains facing a hard pause . . . In the past, Mr. Guterres has proposed to mediate in the case of Kashmir if both India and Pakistan agree. A similar offer from US President Donald Trump was rejected by India last month, with New Delhi saying the case must be resolved without the participation of a third party.
. In response to India`s action, Pakistan appointed the Indian envoy and degraded diplomatic relations with New Delhi. . . . He said the UN secretariat had had contacts with both the Indian and Pakistani authorities and the permanent missions of India and Pakistan. . While the United Nations is calling on all parties to exercise coercion, Pakistan has already degenerated by making decisions regarding the decommissioning of the mission, the expulsion of the Indian envoy to Islamabad, the suspension of bilateral trade and the revision of all bilateral agreements and agreements, starting with the suspension of the Samjhauta Express peace train and the ban on Indian films in Pakistan. RELATED: J-K “The security situation is under 100% control,” confirms on 9 August the Chinese Corps commanding Lt Gen KJS Dhillon Antonio Guterres, head of the UN, urged India and Pakistan to show “maximum restraint” and not to take measures that could affect the status of Jammu and Kashmir, underlining the shimla agreement, which refuses any mediation by third parties on this issue. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday (August 8th) called for “maximum restraint” of all parties on the Kashmir issue, citing the 1972 Shimla agreement for a peaceful solution to the issue, in accordance with the UN Charter, the Hindustan Times reports. Meanwhile, Imran Khan asked the international community for help in supporting Kashmir`s cause, saying the international community should try to end the Use of the Modi Government by a “Greater Military Force Against” the Kachmiris. .
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad expressed hope that India and Pakistan would show “the utmost restraint” in avoiding further escalation. While rejecting Pakistan`s proposal and intervention, Guterrer said he was “concerned by reports of restrictions on the Indian Kashmir side” and warned that such actions could “aggravate the human rights situation in the region,” Guterres` spokesman said. Internet and telephone connections have been interrupted in the state, with Section 144 being imposed on a large part of the state. Dujarric said the maids and the UN secretariat would monitor the situation “very closely.” He said the UN secretariat had had contacts with both the Indian and Pakistani authorities and the permanent missions of India and Pakistan. He said there was no plan for the Secretary-General to inform the Kashmir Security Council.