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Pak maneuver on Kashmir, said – If India reconsiders some decisions, we are ready for talks

Islamabad Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that if India “reconsiders” the pending issues, including its decision to remove the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, then Pakistan should negotiate with India and address the issues already underway There will be “greater happiness” in solving. Indo-Pak relations had deteriorated following the announcement by India of ending special status of Jammu and Kashmir in August 2019 and dividing the state into two union territories. He said that Pakistan has Kashmir with India, Siachen, Sir Creek, some other issues related to water and talks are the only way to move forward. Qureshi interviewed the Turkish Anadolu news agency and the Dawn newspaper published it on Monday.

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Qureshi, who came to Turkey on a two-day tour, said, “We could not bear the burden of war.” You know that it will be harmful for both (countries). No sensitive person will advocate such a policy. That is why we need to sit and talk. ”

India has told Pakistan that it wants to build normal relations with Islamabad but it will have to create an environment free of terror, instability and violence. India has said that it is the responsibility of Pakistan to create an atmosphere free from terror and instability. Qureshi said that the recent commitment on the ceasefire between the two countries is a positive step.

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