Ready to Discuss Issue of Terrorism With India, But Delhi ‘Reluctant’ to Cooperate, Claims Pakistan

Pakistan on Thursday said it was ready to discuss the issue of terrorism with India as it claimed that New Delhi is “reluctant” to cooperate on the matter, which is also a “primary concern” for Islamabad.

Pakistan wants constructive engagement with India as per the policy of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Foreign Office spokesman Mohammad Faisal told media at a weekly briefing here.

“Pakistan is also ready to discuss terrorism which is also a primary concern for Pakistan,” he said. India has made it clear to Pakistan that terrorism and dialogue will not go hand-in-hand.

Faisal said Khan wrote to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on September 14, 2018 reiterating “our principled position of resolving all outstanding issues, including the Jammu and Kashmir dispute, Read More

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