ISLAMABAD: The newly appointed Foreign Minister of Pakistan Khawaja Asif has invited India to discuss Kashmir issue. Asif told Pakistani media that try to resolve the two countries issue for peace in Kashmir.
We want to remove the tension on the border, but India is not ready for it. It may be recalled that this country has made it clear that will not, along with terrorism and dialogue.
It is notable that Pakistan Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif, who turned hostile on Sunday, said that peace will prevail in the area only after solving the Kashmir issue. But if India is not ready for talks then we have fewer choices.
We want to remove the tension on the border. The External Affairs Minister said that for peace, the two countries must resolve the issue together by keeping the United Nations Convention in mind. Asif also advocated the right of Kashmiris to give their right to make their own decision.
Explaining on this occasion, the Pak Foreign Minister assured that our foreign policy will fulfil the wishes of the people in Pakistan's right. Both the countries want to continue with the Indus Water Agreement. Any kind of violation can lead to further worries. Pak wants a friendly relationship with Afghanistan, in which it is expecting help from India.