Pakistan will invite India for dialogue on Kashmir dispute


Srinagar | (PTK): A day after writing to Arab League member countries to intervene over Kashmir unrest, Pakistan’s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Friday said that the country would invite India for a dialogue on Jammu & Kashmir dispute.

“Pakistan would invite India for a dialogue on Jammu and Kashmir dispute. Our Foreign Secretary would formally be writing to his counterpart,” reports quoted Aziz said.

Aziz also said that Pakistan is prepared to consider translating unilateral moratorium into a bilateral arrangement on non-testing with India.

Pakistan on Thursday said it had written to the Arab League highlighting ‘horrific’ Indian brutalities in Kashmir and asked its member countries to intervene.

Aziz, in a letter to the Secretary-General of Arab League, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, said the current unrest in the valley was a “manifestation of continued and long-held alienation” of the Kashmiris, the Pak Foreign Office (FO) said. (PTK)



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