Pakistan wishes peace in area, PM Imran writes letter to Modi

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has written a letter to his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, by which he as soon as once more expressed the will to step ahead for longstanding peace within the area, diplomatic sources instructed ARY Information.

Sources stated that PM Khan congratulates Modi on turning into Indian prime minister for the second time period.

He said in his letter that Pakistan wishes peace within the area which is the one path to deliver stability, prosperity and growth.

It is usually said that Islamabad desires decision of Kashmir and all excellent points in addition to making joint efforts for the event of the [South Asia] area.

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“Respecting one another for regional growth is important to deliver the nationals [of both countries] out of poverty by way of holding dialogues.”

The premier supplied his Indian counterpart to indicate the willingness of creating coordination for going forward after resolving all points for growth and stability of the area.

Earlier on June 2, Indian Excessive Commissioner (HC) to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria has stated Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistan counterpart Imran Khan had a optimistic telephonic dialog earlier this week.

“Each the prime ministers need for peace and stability within the area”, this he stated whereas addressing an Iftar dinner hosted by Indian Excessive Fee in Islamabad.

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He stated Modi has been elected as PM for the 2nd time period in current polls in India with a heavy mandate.

Bisaria maintained that each Imran and Modi need need for peace and stability in South Asia.

Prime Minister Imran Khan and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi can also be more likely to meet on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on June 13-14, stated Indian media reviews on Might 28.

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The 2 leaders will trade views over resumption of the bilateral dialogue on contentious points between the 2 international locations, reviews stated.

It will likely be the primary assembly between the 2 leaders after election of Imran Khan as prime minister of Pakistan and Narendra Modi’s current victory basically elections in India to strengthen his grip on energy, media reviews stated.

In accordance with a properly positioned Indian official the officers from either side will likely be speaking behind the scenes over the subsequent few days to resolve the agenda of the assembly, an Indian journal stated in its report.

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