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    The United Nations Security Council is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations, charged with ensuring international peace and security, accepting new members to the United Nations and approving any changes to its charter.

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    UNSC accepts India's efforts in Kashmir, wants all to follow suit: Envoy
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    UNSC accepts India's efforts in Kashmir, wants all to follow suit: Envoy

    The Security Council has acknowledged India's measures to bring normalcy and development to Kashmir and wants all countries to follow suit, India's Permanent Representative Syed Akbaruddin said on Friday.

    Deeply concerned about current situation in Kashmir, says Chinese envoy to UN
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    Deeply concerned about current situation in Kashmir, says Chinese envoy to UN

    China is 'deeply concerned' about the current situation in Kashmir and opposes any 'unilateral action' that complicates the situation in the region, said Zhang Jun, country's envoy to the UN, on Friday.

    Pakistan hit by diplomatic setback as UNSC declines request for open session on Kashmir
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    Pakistan hit by diplomatic setback as UNSC declines request for open session on Kashmir

    Despite intense lobbying, Pakistan has been dealt a diplomatic setback with the UN Security Council declining to hold a formal session on Kashmir with its participation, and instead scheduling a closed-door consultation on "India/Pakistan" at China's insistence on Friday.

    Pak failure: UNSC to hold only closed-door talks
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    Pak failure: UNSC to hold only closed-door talks

    Pakistan has failed to get an open meeting of the Security Council on Kashmir with its participation, as the body decided instead to hold a closed-door consultation on Friday at the request of China.

    UNSC to hold closed door consultations on Kashmir
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    UNSC to hold closed door consultations on Kashmir

    The UN Security Council (UNSC) is to hold closed-door consultations on the Kashmir developments on Friday at the request of China, a diplomat at the Security Council told on Thursday.

    UNSC chief Poland backs bilateral resolution of Kashmir issue
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    UNSC chief Poland backs bilateral resolution of Kashmir issue

    While stressing direct dialogue between New Delhi and Islamabad, Poland's Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz, whose country is the President of the UN Security Council, said on Tuesday that his ambassador will likely hold consultations on a request from Pakistan to take up the Kashmir issue.

    UNSC President refuses to comment on Pakistan's letter
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    UNSC President refuses to comment on Pakistan's letter

    UN Security Council President Joanna Wronecka has refused to comment on the letter from Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi to Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on the situation in Kashmir.

    Don't change Kashmir status, UN chief to both sides
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    Don't change Kashmir status, UN chief to both sides

    United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres came out on Thursday against changing the status of Jammu and Kashmir and backed Security Council resolutions, of which the main one requires Pakistan to withdraw all its nationals from Kashmir.

    UN chief speaks against changing Kashmir status
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    UN chief speaks against changing Kashmir status

    United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres came out on Thursday against changing the status of Jammu and Kashmir and backed Security Council resolutions, of which the main one requires Pakistan to withdraw all its nationals from Kashmir.

    UN chief in touch with India, Pak on Kashmir: Spokesperson
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    UN chief in touch with India, Pak on Kashmir: Spokesperson

    Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the UN are in contact at various levels with India and Pakistan, his spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said on Wednesday.

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