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Pakistan Wants ‘Imminent’ Dialogue With India, Insists Shah Mehmood

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister of Pakistan on Wednesday insisted that Pakistan want to establish a healthy relationship with all of its neighbours.

As per details, addressing a ceremony in Islamabad he said that Pakistan is a peaceful country and playing its part in maintaining peace within the region.

“We want a peaceful solution to Kashmir dispute while India is continuously suppressing Kashmiri people,” said FM Shah Mehmood.

“India is not giving the Kashmiris their right to self-identification and Pakistan always offered India to resolve this issue by dialogues,” insisted Shah Mehmood.

“Pakistan had taken a practical step and opened Kartarpur corridor while India postponed the second phase of dialogues, I want to tell India that dialogues are the only solution for solving all of the disputes,” he added.

“We have proposed some suggestions to India regarding nuclear weapons. The main aim of the suggestions is to control the increase in nuclear arms. India hasn’t answered on our proposed suggestions,” he further added.

“India’s plan to build S-400 ballistic missile will de-stabilize the peace within the region, global powers should act for maintaining peace within the region,” he concluded.