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Antonio Guterres

UN Chief Likely To Raise Kashmir Issue At UNGA

Sep 20, 2019 PTI

On Wednesday, Guterres emphasised that 'dialogue' between India and Pakistan is an 'absolute essential element' for reaching a solution on the Kashmir issue

On Kashmir Issue, UN Chief Gives 'Clear Opinion'

Sep 19, 2019 PTI

UN chief Antonio Guterres was asked by a Pakistani journalist about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and what will he do to bring a solution to the Kashmir issue.


UN Chief Wants India, Pakistan To Resolve Kashmir Issue Through Dialogue

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, as per his chief spokesperson, has said that he is concerned about any potential escalation between India and Pakistan over Kashmir situation.

At Least Dozen UN-Affiliated People Killed In Ethiopian Airlines' Boeing 737 Crash: Report

Mar 11, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

UN source said that freelance interpreters travelling to a UN conference on the environment might also be among the dead.


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