UK on Kashmir: 75 years have passed since the star of British imperialism sank in the Indian subcontinent. During this time India developed rapidly and today it has become a bigger economy than Britain and has become a big power of the world, but the British system has still not been able to get out of its imperialist mindset regarding India. Even today, his bias towards Pakistan is visible from time to time. Now Pakistan and UK military have decided to jointly host the regional stability conference in England.
In this conference, apart from other things, the Kashmir dispute will be discussed. This step of Britain is going to happen at a time when a few days ago, the official broadcaster BBC has aired a documentary on the Gujarat riots with the instructions of the State Department.
General Munir will visit UK in February
Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir is scheduled to address the 5th Joint UK-Pak Stabilization Conference at Wilton Park from 5 to 8 February at the invitation of the Rishi Sunak government. Wilton Park is an executive agency of the UK Foreign Office that provides a forum for strategic discussions.
British Army Chief General PNYM Sanders will co-host the event. The theme of the conference is “Regional Stability in South Asia: The Return of Geopolitics and Other Challenges”. The conference will focus on the impact of the Ukraine war on the EU, Britain and its implications for Pakistan. Britain has secretly provided arms and ammunition to Ukraine using RAF planes.
Pakistan’s dual role on Ukraine
On one hand Britain is supporting Ukraine in the war, on the other hand, Pakistan is playing a double role in it. Britain must remember when on February 24, 2022, Vladimir Putin welcomed the then Prime Minister of Pakistan Imra Khan in Moscow. On the same day, Russia decided to attack Ukraine.
Other topics of discussion included the role of information operations, cyber attacks in warfare, South Asian regional stability, security challenges and an update on the Kashmir dispute.
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