FM asks India not to waste Pakistan's time
Updated : Friday November 20 , 2009 5:25:19 PM
MULTAN: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has asked India not to waste Pakistan’s time if it was not serious in carrying out bilateral talks with its neighbor, reported ARY NEWS.
Talking to newsmen here Friday, the FM said Pakistan wants result-oriented dialogue with India, adding that the bilateral talks between the neighboring countries are in the greater interest of the region.
“Pakistan wants fruitful discussion with India for the resolution of all outstanding disputes between the two nations rather than carrying out just photo sessions,” Qureshi added.
FM asks India not to waste Pakistan time,11/20/2009 9:43:30 PM
India not serious for talks: FO
Updated at: 1922 PST, Friday, November 20, 2009
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office Spokesman Abdul Basit said India does not seem intent on initiating the composite talks with Pakistan, Geo News reports Friday.
In an interview today, the FO spokesman said if Pakistan and India do not hold talks, it would be tantamount to the accomplishment of the terrorists’ agenda.
Pakistan wishes the commencement of the composite talks with India, not just a photo session, adding his country wants fruitful negotiations with its neighbor.
The FO spokesman said if the negotiations are not jump-started, it would be a step forward towards the completion of terrorists’ agenda, adding it seems India does not want peace in the region and is not serious in resolution of issues relating Kashmir and water.
The FO spokesman Abdul Basit said India wants to dillydally the resolution of problems by jettisoning the negotiations.
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