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25 foreign envoys to be taken on J&K visit, Russia declines invite

IndiaTimes Monday, 10 February 2020
The Russian envoy in New Delhi said "those who are concerned about the situation in Kashmir, those who have doubt about Indian policy in Kashmir can travel to Kashmir." Russia did not feel the need to find out what was happening in Kashmir as it was India’s internal matter and belonged to "the Constitutional space of India," he had said earlier.
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