Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pakistan's Foreign Minister leaves for Geneva on September 9. He embarks on a three-day journey to Geneva where he will attend the 42nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Qureshi is expected to raise his voice on the Kashmir issue in front of the council. He addressed the second meeting of the Kashmir Cell in Islamabad where he spoke of the plight of Kashmiris stating that he will raise the case of 'innocent Kashmiris'.
The UNHRC is expected to tackle a wide range of issues. They will analyze 90 reports from 25 rights experts from across the world. Myanmar, Jammu and Kashmir, Yemen, Ukraine, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Central African Republic, and Georgia will submit their reports to the UNHRC. Quereshi wants to address the issue of Kashmir in front of the entire international community.
Pakistan has been trying to raise the abrogation of Article 370 in various forums. The Indian government has time and again notified that the decision to revoke Article 370 is an internal matter. Imran Khan, the PM of Pakistan, has repeatedly threatened India. He went on to make bizarre declarations stating that he should be made Kashmir's ambassador. Khan had earlier threatened India of a nuclear war, notifying that such a war could have 'global ramifications'.
Pakistan is the only nation to oppose India's decision to abrogate Article 370. According to Pakistani Foreign Ministry, countries like Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Azerbaijan or any other Organisation of Islamic Coorporation (OIC) member countries refused to back Islamabad against New Delhi. UAE explicitly mentioned the issue of Kashmir an 'internal' matter. On the other hand, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman maintained their silence despite Pakistan's effort to involve the international community. US President Donald Trump also announced the decision of India a 'bilateral issue' stating that 'The Prime Minister has it under control' at the G7 Summit.