PM Shehbaz writes letter to Modi for peaceful ties
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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Sunday wrote a letter to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and expressed his desire for peaceful ties with India.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, Shehbaz Sharif has written a letter to Modi in response to his counterpart’s facilitating letter to him on becoming the PM.
PM Shehbaz has said in the letter that Pakistan has a desire for peaceful ties with India and wants resolution of all the outstanding issues including Kashmir.
Stressing regional peace and stability, the PM said that joint efforts would have to be made for the resolution of the Kashmir issue and regional stability.
He said the goal of peace and stability in the region can only be achieved through meaningful dialogue on all disputes including the Kashmir issue.
Shahbaz Sharif said Pakistan is committed to regional peace and stability and peaceful and cooperative relations between Pakistan and India are essential for the progress of the people.
The PM further said that the sacrifices of Pakistan in the war on terror were not hidden from anyone and have been recognized globally
Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a letter of congratulations to Shehbaz Sharif a couple of days ago and emphasised constructive ties with India.
Pakistan extends permission for Afghanistan
To overcome the Afghan crisis, Pakistan has extended the permit to transport wheat and medicine to Afghanistan through Wagah Border at India's request on humanitarian grounds on Sunday.
Pakistan has also informed the Indian High Commission in Islamabad in this regard. Pakistan has extended the agreement for two months on humanitarian grounds.