"International community accepts Kashmir dispute where an entire population is being subject to extreme oppression for demanding the resolution of that dispute and an end to their suffering", Mirwaiz said.
In response to Chinese offer, India on Thursday said there was no change in India's understanding that issues with Pakistan were to be resolved bilaterally.
"Our [position] is absolutely clear". The MEA's response came after the Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said that Beijing was willing to play a constructive role in improving India-Pakistan ties, especially because of the hostility along the Line of Control.
"We are ready to have a dialogue with Pakistan, among other issues, but in a bilateral framework. So, the matter is that cross-border terrorism in our region, emanating from a particular source, is threatening peace and stability in not only India but our other neighbours as well", External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Gopal Baglay told reporters.
The Foreign Office Spokesperson said that the Council expressed its support to the widespread indigenous movement of the people of Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir for their promised right to self-determination and observed that the just struggle of Kashmiris can not be equated with terrorism.
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He said the council expressed its support to the widespread indigenous movement of IHK people for their promised right to self-determination and observed that the just struggle of Kashmiris could not be equated with terrorism.
He also strongly rejected allegations by Pakistan that India was using chemical weapons in Kashmir, saying India is against the use of chemical weapons anywhere by anyone in any situation.
It condemned the use of live ammunition and pellet guns by Indian forces that were resulting in mass blinding and killings of innocent Kashmiris, Radio Pakistan reported.
Nafees Zakaria said that the resolution which was unanimously adopted by the 56 member Council, noted that Jammu & Kashmir remains the core dispute between India and Pakistan, and its early resolution is imperative for bringing peace to South Asia.
China has alleged that the Indian troops are on its soil, but both Bhutan and India say the area in question is Bhutanese territory.