Nuclear Powers Should Not Consider Military Option as Solution – Pakistan’s Khan

Valentina Shvartsman – Nuclear powers should not look at military options as potential solutions to their arguments and should instead work through them via dialogue, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan told Sputnik in an interview.

“Let’s resolve all our differences through dialogue. In fact, that is the only way of resolving our differences. There is no way two nuclear-armed countries should think of resolving the differences through military means. It is madness,” Khan said with regard to his country’s differences with neighboring India.

Pakistani Army Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor told Sputnik in an interview in March that Islamabad saw its nuclear weapons as a deterrence tool to prevent actual wars.

Contacts between the people of Pakistan and India will only be able to improve if the governments of the two countries want to take steps in this direction, Imran Khan said. Read More

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