Islamabad wants solution to all issues with India, including Kashmir: Pakistan foreign secretary

Pakistan is committed to resolve all issues with India, including Kashmir, through talks, foreign secretary Tehmina Janjua said on Wednesday

PTI July 20, 2017 07:40:39 IST
Islamabad wants solution to all issues with India, including Kashmir: Pakistan foreign secretary

Islamabad: Pakistan is committed to resolve all issues with India, including Kashmir, through talks, foreign secretary Tehmina Janjua said on Wednesday.

Islamabad wants solution to all issues with India including Kashmir Pakistan foreign secretary

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Janjua's remarks came during her meeting with Islamabad-based Heads of Missions of the European Union Member States, according to the Foreign Office.

She reaffirmed Pakistan's commitment to dialogue with India for the resolution of all outstanding issues, including Kashmir issue.

She also accused India of human rights violations in Kashmir.

The Foreign Secretary also briefed the EU representatives on the evolving peace and security situation in the region and also highlighted Pakistan’s efforts for pursuing the objectives of a peaceful neighbourhood.

The statement comes after US listed Pakistan among the nations and regions providing "safe havens" to terrorists, saying terror groups like the LeT and JeM continue to operate, train, organise and fundraise inside the country in 2016.

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