NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD – Pakistani high commissioner to India, Abdul Basit said India should understand that war is not the only solution of problems, PakistanTribe reported.
Abdul Basit – Pakistani high commissioners to India – says Pakistan and India both are facing common challenges including poverty and terrorism so the efforts of both countries against these challenges should be common.
He was addressing a ceremony in Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi organized at Pakistan Day occasion.
Abdul Basit said the Dialogue is necessary for solution of all the problems including Kashmir.
“There is no possibility for peace in the region if neighboring countries will not shake hand,” the High Commissioner said.
He wished for the success of ‘peace dialogues’ and ‘confidence building measure’ started with the visit of Indian Foreign Secretary to Islamabad.
“I wish the disputed issues, discussed in Indian Foreign Secretary’s visit to Pakistan, be resolved soon for the permanent peace in the region,” Basit said.
He concluded that the primary objective at present is to achieve peace between India and Pakistan and resolve issues.
“Indian Foreign Secretary was in Pakistan earlier this month. We are looking forward to resumption of an engagement process. Let’s hope that the engagement will continue which started with Jaishankar’s visit to Pakistan,” he said.
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