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FM asks India to create an enabling environment for dialogue with Pakistan

FM asks India to create an enabling environment for dialogue with Pakistan

FM asks India to create an enabling environment for dialogue with Pakistan.

In a statement on Friday, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi made this suggestion.

FM asks India to create an enabling environment for dialogue with Pakistan

He said responsibility rests with India to create an enabling environment for dialogue with Pakistan.

He said Pakistan will not shy away from dialogue if India reviews its policy and expresses readiness for peaceful solution of all issues including Kashmir dispute.

The FM recalled that soon after assuming the office, Prime Minister Imran Khan had offered to take two steps towards peace if India takes one.

He said the re-enforcement of ceasefire agreement after talks between the DG Military Operations of both the countries is a positive development.

Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi spoke to UN Secretary General António Guterres on Thursday.

During telephonic contact, the two sides discussed issues of mutual interest, including the pandemic situation.

They also discussed the Afghan peace process and Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Besides, both sides discussed the law and order situation in the region.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi hailed dynamic role of the UN Secretariat a testament to his leadership skills.

The Foreign Minister noted this role active UN role despite the global pandemic.

He also expressed pleasure over António Guterres’s consent for reappointment as the UN Secretary-General.

Meanwhile, UN Secretary General António Guterres thanked the Foreign Minister for assuring Pakistan’s support for his re-appointment as Secretary-General.

GTV

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