Speakers at an interactive session on Kashmir have admired United Nations' call for international investigation in the Occupied Kashmir.
The event titled "A Plebiscite and An International Investigation on Kashmir: A Test for India's Role as a Responsible UN Member State" was held by YFK-International Kashmir Lobby Group in Islamabad.
Addressing the seminar, Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. Mohammad Faisal said UN report is a success of Pakistan and now world has woken up.
He emphasized it is a high time for international community to fulfill its promise and urge India to end its occupation.
Former Permanent Representative of Pakistan to United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Zamir Akram called upon India to fully respect the right of self-determination of Kashmiri people.
Head of the Kashmir Delegation to United Nations Human Rights Council Geneva Altaf Hussein Wani emphasized that more than 13 types of human rights violations are mentioned in the report.
Syed Faiz Naqshbandi-Convener All Parties Hurriyet Conference said there is need to highlight what is the difference between India and Pakistan which is even mentioned in the report.