India Threatens Regional Security: Pakistan President

India’s offensive posture and induction of lethal weapons threatens strategic stability in South Asia, Pakistan President Arif Alvi said on Monday.

Addressing an international conference here on “Global Non-Proliferation Regime: Challenges and Response”, Alvi said: “Strategic stability in South Asia is being threatened by the offensive posture and induction of lethal weapons by India.

“Our postures for peace have been reciprocated with belligerence,” Radio Pakistan quoted him as saying.

“Discriminatory exemptions by certain countries for the supply of nuclear technology and supply of advanced military hardware to India has further complicated the regional security and undermined the credibility of the non-proliferation regime,” he said.  Read more

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