The two-day visit of foreign envoys to Jammu and Kashmir concluded on Friday. 25 foreign envoys, including that of the European Union (EU), shared their review and experiences from the trip. During the visit, they held a meeting with civil and military authorities, some political representatives, as well as selected representatives of civil society and the business community.
The group had gone to assess the situation following the reorganisation of the erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir into a Union Territory and revocation of its special status on August 5 last year.
The European Union (EU) acknowledged India's efforts to restore normalcy in Kashmir following the nullification of Article 370 while sharing its feedback with National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval.
The acknowledgment of the Narendra Modi-led government's efforts comes just weeks after the EU Parliament attempted to pass a resolution against India on Kashmir at the behest of a Pakistan backed member.
The group of diplomats told the NSA that it was very appreciative of India's efforts to restore normalcy in Kashmir and their trip was very useful for gaining first-hand experience of the ground situation.