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Sharif added that Pakistan was committed to peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue.
He was talking to reporters in Baku before wrapping up a three-day visit to Azerbaijan.
Last month too, Sharif raised the Kashmir bogey at the UNGA and called Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani a “young leader murdered” by the Indian forces. He also said Pakistan will continue to support voices in Kashmir for self-determination.
Tensions heightened between the two neighbouring nations following the September 18 attack at an Army camp in Uri town of Kashmir in which 19 soldiers were killed. India has blamed Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group for the attack.
In the last few weeks, Pakistan has been rattled by global isolation after India’s diplomatic blitz over neighbouring country’s pro-terror policy. Following this, Sharif has told the country’s all-powerful ISI to crack down on terrorists and end the Mumbai attack trial and the probe into the Pathankot strike — New Delhi’s two key conditions to resume peace talks with Islamabad.