Pakistan PM Shahbaz Sharif: Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has expressed his desire for peaceful relations with India based on the principles of “equality, justice and mutual respect” and a solution to the Kashmir issue. This was said in a media report on Friday. Amid tensions in bilateral ties over Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism and the Kashmir issue, Sharif urged the international community to play a “supportive role” in ensuring lasting peace and stability in South Asia. Also requested to do so.
The Dawn newspaper quoted the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) as saying that Sharif expressed these views during a meeting with Australia’s newly-appointed High Commissioner to Pakistan, Neil Hawkins, on Thursday. Sharif said, “Pakistan wants peaceful relations with India based on the principles of equality, justice and mutual respect. In this context, a just and peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with relevant United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions and the wishes of the Kashmiri people is inevitable.
The role of the international community to play
“The international community will have to play a supporting role in this regard, as it is necessary for lasting peace and stability in South Asia,” he said. Wants normal neighborly relations with Islamabad in a free environment. India has also said that it is the responsibility of Pakistan to create an environment free from terrorism and enmity.
India gave advice to Pakistan
Bilateral relations worsened in August 2019 after India announced the withdrawal of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcation of the state into two union territories. India has repeatedly told Pakistan that Jammu and Kashmir “was, is and will always be an integral part of India”. Is.
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