Chairman Kashmir Council EU, Ali Raza Syed met Chairman Kashmir Committee of Pakistan Parliament yesterday in Brussels. Ali Raza Syed briefed Maulana Fazal ur Rehman on the Councils activities in the context of Kashmir issue in Europe. He also presented a report in this regard to the Chairman Kashmir Committee. Fazal ur Rehman hailed the efforts of Kashmir Council for raising Kashmir issue at Europe specially, he appreciated. ''One Million Signatures move launched by the council in Europe. He also insisted on unity among the people struggling for Kashmir issue at international level. Maulana Fazal said, unity is need of time and the people should be united and well coordinated to raise the issue of Jammu and Kashmir globally. Ali Raza Syed said, Kashmir Council EU also want a united and effective voice of the Kashmiris abroad. Briefing about the activities of the Kashmir Council EU (Europe), Ali Raza Syed said, the Council bridges the cultural and social gaps of the Kashmiri Diaspora while bringing the Kashmiri community close to the mainstream European society and its highly spiritual and humanist values of justice, peace, freedom, democracy, human equality, gender equality and Interfaith harmony. Kashmir Council EU so far raised the issue of Kashmir at the different forums through meetings, seminars, conferences at the different places including EU parliament and assemblies of the different countries including federal legislative body of Belgium. The Council started lobbying with the European Parliamentarians on the gross human rights violations unearthed by the reports of the leading international human rights organizations and parliamentary groups visiting Indian Occupied Kashmir, he further said. Giving detail about current movement, Ali Raza Syed said, recent Campaign of Kashmir Council EU for collection of 'One Million Signatures from Europeans is currently on going with its extreme spirit and so far a large number of people in Belgium, Holland and France signed the documents in favour of innocent Kashmiri people.