ANKARA

Praising Turkey for its stand on Kashmir, President of Pakistan-administered Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan on Wednesday, called for establishing a “humanitarian corridor” to aid people in Indian part of Kashmir, currently locked in curfew and restrictions.

Addressing an international conference in Ankara, Khan asked Turkey to use its diplomatic trademark the “humanitarian diplomacy” to help people of Jammu and Kashmir, facing onslaught since Aug 5, when India not only dissolved the state, but also revoked its autonomous status.

Turkey, being the fourth largest humanitarian donor in the world, is involved in humanitarian diplomacy in Syria, Myanmar and African continent.

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