Updated: 02 April 2021 17:44 I S
New Delhi [India], April 2 (ANI): India on Friday refrained from commenting PakistanA reversal of the resumption of trade between the two countries following Islamabad’s changes to sugar imports and cotton From India.
“We are not the right party to whom this question should be directed,” said Arindam Bagchi, spokesperson for the MEA when asked “Pakistanthe flip flop in trading, first allows the resumption of the trade and then withdraws it “.
It came after Pakistan‘s federal cabinet traceable back on Pakistan Economic Coordination Committee (ETC) the decision to allow sugar imports, cotton and cotton threads from India by land and sea routes.
According to Geo News, the decision to reject the proposal was taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad, hours after Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari said the cabinet would review ETCdecisions regarding trade with India.
The MEA spokesman when asked if there was any interaction between the Minister of Foreign Affairs (EAM) and him Pakistanmy colleague in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, Bagchi said that “I was not aware of any interactions with PakistanI’m a delegate there. “
In the last few weeks, PakistanThe leadership has tempered rhetoric against India. That Pakistan the government and military have issued statements signaling the country’s desire to normalize relations between the two countries.
Last month, Pakistan Army Commander Jawed Qamar Bajwa said ‘this is the time to bury the past and move forward’. He called for stable relations between India and Pakistan because this is the key to unlocking the potential of South and Central Asia by ensuring connectivity between East and West Asia.
Meanwhile, Imran Khan said that India must take the first steps to improve bilateral relations by tackling the Kashmir issue.
In February, India and Pakistan have announced that they have agreed to a truce along the Line of Control (LoC). (ANI)