Pakistan keen for talks with India

Pakistan on June 7 renewed its offer to hold dialogue with India to resolve contentious issues, including Kashmir and terrorism. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in a letter congratulated Modi on his second term after victory in the recent national elections. In the previous letter, Imran had agreed to hold talks on terrorism.

The letter emphasized the vision of working together for a peaceful resolution of all outstanding issues including Kashmir on the basis of mutual respect and trust to address challenges like poverty and underdevelopment for regional peace, progress and prosperity.

Pakistan Foreign Office confirmed Islamabad’s readiness to hold fresh talks, “if India is ready to do so”. Read More

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