The High Commission of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan organized a programme to commemorate Kashmir Black Day on 27 October 2022. Officials of the Mission, members of Pakistani community and Bruneian friends attended the event. Messages of the President and the Prime Minister of Pakistan on this occasion were read out by the High Commissioner and Deputy Head of Mission, respectively. Both the leaders reaffirmed Pakistan’s steadfast and unflinching support to Kashmiri brothers and sisters for their just struggle for self-determination.
This year Kashmir Black Day has assumed added significance as it marks the completion of seventy-five (75) years of India’s illegal occupation of Jammu & Kashmir. Since India’s illegal and unilateral actions on 5 August 2019, the military siege, gross human rights violations and media blockade continues unabetted.
We call upon the international community to take practical steps in order to check the egregious human rights violations and facilitate a peaceful resolution of Kashmir issue as per UN Resolutions and aspirations of Kashmiri people.
27 October 2022
Last modified: October 28, 2022
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