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Principle of self-determination continues to be deliberately misused by particular delegation: India slams Pak at UN

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 21 October 2020
In a thinly-veiled reference to Pakistan, India said the principle of self-determination continues to be "deliberately misinterpreted and misused" by a particular nation and it was not established by the UN to be used as a justification for undermining the territorial integrity of any member state.
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