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MILITARY TENSION BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN
EDM #1162
Tabled 19 April 2002
2001-02 Session
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That this House notes that the governments of India and Pakistan remain on high military alert and have done so since mid-December, a period of drawn out tension unprecedented in peacetime; notes also that all links between the two countries for the purposes of travel and communication have remained severed throughout; and urges Her Majesty's Government to take all available measures, including a review of arms sales to the region, to assist these two countries in stepping back from the brink of military confrontation.

Signatures (34)

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1162A1
Mr David Chaytor
"at end add 'and to use its influence within the UN Security Council to initiate a peace process designed to resolve the dispute in Kashmir.'."
Tabled 29 April 2002
4 Signatures
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