‘Kashmir is not Muslim Ummah’s issue’, UAE clarifies Pakistan
It is rather a dispute of two countries, Emirates said.
UAE Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan says that the Kashmir is a dispute between two countries, not an issue of the Muslim ummah, as a national media source reports. He added that the case of Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) is of rivalry between two neighboring countries and has nothing to do with Muslim brotherhood.
There were some rumors in the media sphere that a delegation of UAE headed by country’s minister for foreign affairs is visiting Pakistan to show solidarity with the county on Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) dispute. However, the recent reports suggest that Emirates has decided to stay out of the issue and remain impartial.
UAE leadership’s has conveyed that Kashmir issue ‘is a bilateral issue and should be resolved through talks between Pakistan and India’.
Keeping in view the relationship with both countries, UAE decides to stay out of it.
Modi previously honored with UAE’s highest civilian award:
Indian premier Narendra Modi previously visited UAE where he met Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of UAE Armed Forces. The visit became topic of the town because it happened amid Pakistan-India tensions and Modi was honored with the highest civilian award. He discussed the bilateral, regional and international matters of mutual interest, Khaleej Times quoted the official statement issued
Prime Minister Modi was awarded the Order of Zayed, the highest civil decoration of the UAE which was conferred earlier in April 2019. It was presented in recognition of the distinguished leadership of Prime Minister Modi for giving a big boost to bilateral relations between the two countries, the statement by the ministry said.
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