Islamabad, Aug 31 (IANS) Pakistan is planning to call an international conference on Kashmir, Minister for Law and Justice Barrister Farogh Naseem said on Saturday.
Talking to the media, Naseem said that law and international affairs’ experts, and ambassadors would be invited to attend the conference.
“Legal opinions will be sought from the experts for resolution of the dispute,” he said, adding that the actual situation of Jammu and Kashmir would be outlined.
The conference would be held either in Islamabad or Azad Kashmir, he said.
Pakistan has been attempting to drum up international support over Kashmir ever since India revoked special status of the erstwhile state, which Islamabad has termed “illegal annexation”.