NEW YORK (INP) - Pakistan has called upon India to punish those responsible for 2,156 unidentified mass graves, prevent further bloodletting and release all political prisoners in Held Kashmir. Speaking at the meeting of OIC Contact Group on Kashmir here on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said the people of Pakistan cannot remain indifferent to the sufferings of their brothers and sisters in Jammu and Kashmir. She said the meetings of the OIC Contact Group illustrate the importance the Ummah and the OIC attaches to the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. The foreign minister said the right to self-determination is enshrined in the UN Charter and international law. Even after more than six decades, this fundamental right is being denied to the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Hina said for years, Pakistan, OIC and the international community have expressed concern at the persistent violations of the human rights of Kashmiri people. Unfortunately, Indian forces have shown little regard to the concern of the international community. Recently, the indigenous movement of the Kashmiri people has gained a new momentum. She said Pakistan is committed to find a just and peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir issue in accordance with the UN Security Council Resolutions and wishes and aspirations of the Kashmiri people. Pakistan firmly believes that the Kashmiris need to be associated with the dialogue process. She said key to enduring peace, security and stability in South Asia lies in resolving the Kashmir dispute. Hina said Pakistan has resumed the dialogue process with India to resolve peacefully all outstanding issues through constructive and result-oriented engagement. She said during her visit to New Delhi on July 27, she reiterated Pakistans desire for a purposeful and result-oriented discussion on Jammu and Kashmir. The OIC Secretary General reiterated solidarity of the organisation with the Kashmiri people and reaffirmed strong support for the struggle they are waging to gain their legitimate rights. He said the OIC has consistently and constantly strived hard to mobilise greater support and firmer solidarity for the struggle of the Kashmiri people. The OIC Secretary General Prof Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu said a peaceful settlement of Kashmir dispute would certainly serve the people of both India and Pakistan and the overall interests of South Asia as well. He said, The OIC continues to stand by the people of Jammu and Kashmir and would spare no effort in supporting their legitimate endeavours. He said the OIC has established a new setting of interaction with the European Parliament on Kashmir and hope to continue till achieving good results. He said the OIC also intend to encourage member states and its related institutions to take practical steps in providing university scholarships for the Kashmiri students. The Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al Faisal in his address at the Group meeting said Kashmir dispute is the main source of souring relations between Pakistan and India. He reaffirmed the commitment of Saudi government in supporting a just and peaceful solution for the dispute in Jammu and Kashmir. At the same time, he supported the people of Jammu and Kashmir for the realisation of their legitimate right to self-determination, in accordance with the relevant UN resolutions and aspirations of the Kashmiri people. He hoped that all parties would fully comply with international resolutions and respect the legitimate rights and human rights of Kashmiri people. He also commended the commitment, efforts and flexibility of Pakistani government to create a reasonable environment to facilitate comprehensive dialogue with Indian government in order to make progress towards final and just settlement of the Kashmir problem. Prince Faisal said Saudi Arabia looks forward to the cooperation of Indian government and their positive response to solve the issue through dialogue and negotiations. Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutogl of Turkey, called for a peaceful settlements of the decades-old Kashmir dispute through the dialogue process with India. Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Hina Khar held bilateral meetings with her Saudi counterpart Prince Saud Al Faisal and leaders of the delegations of several countries on the sidelines of the 66th session of the UN General Assembly on Wednesday and discussed issues of bilateral interest including the broader situation in the Middle East as well as the situation in Afghanistan. The foreign minister, during her meeting with Prince Faisal, underlined the resolve of Pakistan to fight the menace of terrorism and highlighted the countless sacrifices made by the people of Pakistan and its security forces to counter this scourge. The Saudi Foreign Minister commended the important role of Pakistan in the fight against terrorism and stressed that the world should acknowledge the sacrifices made by Pakistan. He also reassured the full and unwavering support of the people and government of Saudi Arabia for the people of Pakistan and expressed his sympathies at the loss of precious lives as a result of the devastating floods in Sindh. Both sides found unanimity of opinion on all issues. The two sides also discussed the prospects of signing a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Pakistan and the GCC countries to allow preferential access to the Pakistani products in the GCC markets. The two foreign ministers also reiterated their resolve to continue to strengthen their strong and brotherly relations. Another important meeting of the foreign minister was with her Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi Wednesday during which two leaders expressed satisfaction at the quality and depth of Pakistan-China relations, an important strategic partnership characterised by identity of views on regional and international issues. The Chinese Foreign Minister reiterated his countrys condolences and sympathy at the loss of lives and property caused by this years floods in Pakistan. He recalled that China had provided 30 million Yuan for flood relief in Sindh and 20 million Yuan for Attabad lake area. Both leaders agreed to take concrete measures to address the trade imbalance between Pakistan and China. During meeting with the President of the Swiss Confederation Micheline Calmy-Rey, Hina discussed matters of mutual interest. Both sides reviewed the cooperation of the two countries in various fields and expressed the desire to further enhance this cooperation.