Ceremonies held at Pakistani embassies in Beijing in solidarity with Kashmir Solidarity Day

ISLAMABAD (PEN) : A special ceremony was held at the Pakistani embassy in Beijing, China, in connection with Kashmir Solidarity Day. The event was attended by embassy officials, members of the Pakistani community, representatives of think tanks, as well as deputy heads from Turkey and Azerbaijan.

In his address, Pakistani Ambassador Khalil Hashmi to China urged international human rights organizations to take note of the injustices perpetrated by India in occupied Kashmir.

“The people of Jammu and Kashmir deserve a future free from oppression,” stated the Pakistani ambassador, emphasizing Pakistan’s moral, legal, and diplomatic responsibility to raise their voice for their rights.

He underscored the importance of safeguarding the rights of the people of occupied Kashmir in accordance with the resolutions of the United Nations.

Participants expressed complete solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir during the event, which also featured visuals depicting Indian atrocities.

Discussions were held at the conclusion of the ceremony to assess the diplomatic complexities surrounding occupied Kashmir.

Similarly, a special ceremony was organized at the Pakistani embassy in Baku, Azerbaijan, where participants reaffirmed unwavering support and solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir.

During the ceremony, efforts were made to raise awareness about Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir through visual presentations.

Pakistani Ambassador Bilal Hai provided a comprehensive briefing on the history of occupied Kashmir and called for an immediate resolution to the issue at the international level.

At the end of the ceremony, gratitude was expressed to Azerbaijan for its strong support for the cause of occupied Kashmir, with Azerbaijan being acknowledged for consistently raising the issue at every international forum.

Additionally, events were also held at Pakistani embassies in Australia and Brazil in solidarity with Kashmir.