No way for talks with India as long as Modi is in power: Sartaj Aziz
ISLAMABAD: Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said there was little seek after change in Pak-India ties the length of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in power, reported Radio Pakistan.
“No advance is noticeable in Pakistan-India relations the length of Narendra Modi is in power in New Delhi,” said Aziz in a meeting.
He, however made it clear that Pakistan needs de-acceleration of strains with India for the aggregate great of the whole locale.
Sartaj Aziz included that Pakistan will proceed conciliatory endeavors for development of ties with India.
The guide assist said that Pakistan could never trade off on its “principled remain on Kashmir” and keep on extending political, moral, and conciliatory backing to the Kashmiris attempting to get their natural right to self-assurance.
About Afghanistan, he said Pakistan will proceed with its reconciliatory part to bring peace to the neighboring nation.
He valued the model of understanding between Afghan government and Hizb-e-Islami boss Gulbadin Hekmatyar and included that Pakistan would welcome the discourse if whatever other gathering needed to hold talks as indicated by that model.