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The historic principality of Jammu and Kashmir is split between the Pakistani Azad Kashmir ('free Kashmir') and the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. India and Pakistan have fought wars over the control of Kashmir and you can absolutely not cross the line of control which serves as the de facto border. Not only that, but as a foreigner you are are not even ...


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It seems you'd be able to pull it off, but it'd definitely be extra hassle and you might be subject to extra scrutiny (not to mention the cultural tensions between the two nations). Visas The Pakistani government says about tourist visas: "A non-extendable tourist visa valid for 14 days is issued by Pakistan High Commission, New Delhi through approved ...


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Kashmir is not a country in and of itself. There is no entity authorized to issue Kashmir passports, nor is there any such thing as a Kashmir 'citizen'. At the moment, the total area inhabited by peoples who might identify themselves as "Kashmiri" are parts of Pakistan, India and the People's Republic of China. Were a person of Kashmiri descent decide to ...


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Your options are legion. It's more a matter of how challenging you want to make it to yourself and how much time you want to spend. Assuming you refer to western Europe as your starting point, your easiest route would be: Western Europe - south east Europe - Turkey - Iran - Pakistan (though southern Pakistan can be unsafe). If you want to go through ...



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