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(2017-01-18) DAVOS (Switzerland) Jan 18 (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Wednesday shared with his Swedish counterpart the gruesome human rights violations in the Indian Jammu and Kashmir and urged a greater role of international community in this regard.

He was talking to Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Lofven here at the Congress Centre of the World Economic Forum. The Prime Minister is in Davos for the 47th Annual Meeting.

Prime Minister Sharif said Pakistan extends full political, moral and diplomatic support to the people of Kashmir who were striving for their right of self-determination. He also pointed to the UN resolutions in this regard that calls for a plebiscite.

The Swedish Prime Minister was also briefed on Pakistan’s concerns over the situation in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The Swedish Prime Minister said that Sweden was keen to further strengthen and broaden ties with Pakistan, in all spheres. He said his government was already working closely with Pakistan in many areas and would like to work closely with its people and the Government. he hoped greater interaction between the two countries would be mutually beneficial for both the countries.

The two leaders also discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to further boost their ties.

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