UNITED NATIONS - Foreign Ministers of Islamic countries Friday expressed concern over the recently exposed unmarked graves in Indian-held Kashmir and called for bringing to justice those responsible for the 'heinous crimes. At the same time, the ministers fervently called on the international community to help settle the decades-old dispute between India and Pakistan. A communique adopted at the ministerial-level meeting of member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation said they 'took note of the latest investigation report by the Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission regarding 2,156 unidentified dead bodies buried in unmarked graves at various places of North Kashmir and called for fair trial of those involved in such heinous crimes. The communique said: The meeting reaffirmed its principled support to the people of Jammu and Kashmir for the realisation of their legitimate right to self-determination in accordance with the relevant UN resolutions and aspiration of the Kashmiri people. It emphasised the need for full respect of human rights as well as importance of taking all requisite steps to provide relief and comfort to the Kashmiris. It further called upon India to allow international human rights groups and humanitarian organisations to visit Jammu and Kashmir. The meeting expressed concern over the continuing indiscriminate use of force and gross violations of human rights committed in Indian Occupied Kashmir by the Indian security forces which have resulted into killing scores of innocent and unarmed civilians as well as injuries to hundreds of others including women, children and elderly people. The meeting commended the efforts of Pakistan and its readiness to engage with India to resolve all outstanding issues including Jammu and Kashmir dispute and urged the international community to play its due role to settle this long-standing dispute on UN agenda for the overall improvement of the relations between Pakistan and India as well as to promote regional peace and stability.