Pakistan welcomes Vladimir Putin's offer to resolve New Delhi-Islamabad tension

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday welcomed Russian President Vladimir Putin's reported offer to resolve tensions between Islamabad and New Delhi.

Spokesman of Pakistan Foreign office Nafees Zakaria. AP

Spokesman of Pakistan Foreign office Nafees Zakaria. AP

"Pakistan welcomes Russia's attention and intention to play a role in this long-standing issue on the UNSC agenda," Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said.

Zakaria said there was a growing realization among countries in the region and the UN that India's "unprovoked hostility" along the Jammu and Kashmir border threatened peace.

Updated Date: Jun 15, 2017 17:59 PM

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