India urged Turkey not to interfere in its internal affairs
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India calls on the Turkish leadership not to interfere in the internal affairs of India and rejects all references made by the Turkish side to the situation in the Indian part of Kashmir. This is stated in the commentary by the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India, Ravish Kumar, posted on Saturday on the Ministry website.
“India rejects all references to Jammu and Kashmir, which is an integral and integral part of India. We urge the Turkish leadership not to interfere in the internal affairs of India and correctly evaluate the facts, including the serious terrorism threat coming from Pakistan for India and the region,” in a statement.
The commentary of the representative of the Indian Foreign Ministry followed after Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, while on a visit to Pakistan, promised last Friday to continue supporting Pakistan on the issue of Kashmir’s territorial affiliation. Follow us for more Latest Asia Pacific News.
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