Foreign envoys has arrived in Srinagar on a 2-day visit to the Valley.
The delegation includes envoys from 24 nations, namely Chile, Brazil, Cuba, Bolivia, Estonia, Finland, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal, EU, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Bangladesh, Malawi, Eritrea, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Senegal, Malaysia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan.
The visit follows India’s February 5 move to restore 4G mobile internet services in the union territory (UT) exactly 18 months after India amended Article 370 to revoke the special status of the erstwhile state.
Upon their arrival, the envoys accorded a traditional welcome. They then driven to Magam block of Budgam district, where they interacted with some locals.
They briefed on Panchayati Raj and grievance redressal through.
‘Back to Villages and Block,’ programme when administration reaches the doorstep of people for n audience.
The ambassadors, who are also likely to visit Jammu, will form the third such delegation to visit the Valley since August 5, 2019.
When the state bifurcated into the separate UTs of Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir.
A group of 27 Members of European Parliament (MEPs) had visit Kashmir in October, 2019.
At the invitation of a Delhi based think tank after they apparently expressed.
A desire to visit Kashmir to understand how terrorism was affecting India.
A similar visit for Delhi based foreign envoys was organised by government authorities early next year.