Due in part to Pakistan's support for Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Azerbaijan supports the Pakistani position on Kashmir. This was most recently affirmed in a meeting between President Ilham Aliyev and Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in September 2022:
The head of state emphasized that Azerbaijan also supported Pakistan's rightful position on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir and stood in solidarity with Pakistan on this issue. Azerbaijan is a member of the Contact Group on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir within the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
On the other side of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Armenia supports the Indian position, with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan saying the following in an interview in 2019:
On Kashmir issue, we fully defend India's position, and it is our firm position. We hope that in this case we will be able to create international cooperation for solving this issue peacefully.
Back in 2003, the Prime Minister of Lesotho visited India and released a joint statement recognising Jammu and Kashmir to be an integral part of India.
Syria also supports the Indian position - with the Syrian envoy to India Raid Abbas telling ANI News that "we are always in favour of India on any action" after Kashmir lost its special status in 2019.