Pakistan to invite Indian PM Modi for SAARC summit
He said the groundbreaking of Kartarpur border will be our big achievement adding that now policies will be made upon the wish of the public.
On the occasion, Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari said that Indian intentions have been laid bare in front of the entire world and there should be action from India and Pakistan based upon concrete recommendations to resolve Kashmir issue.
She stressed that negotiation without any agenda are useless and there should be an enduring solution to the problem.
India has earlier has hinted at pulling out of the 2018 summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).
Formally announcing the withdrawal of New Delhi from the moot, Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale expressed that it was not possible to proceed with SAARC “under present circumstances”.
“The prime minister [Modi] mentioned that he very enthusiastically participated in the Kathmandu (SAARC) summit, but given the current state of play where there is cross-border terrorism, a disruptive force in the region, it is difficult in such circumstances to proceed with such initiatives,” NDTV reported Gokhale as saying.
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