Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit Saturday said India and Pakistan must work together to have a “tension-free” and “cooperative” relationship. Basit made the statement during an Iftaar party he hosted at the High Commission. Jama Masjid’s Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari was among those present on the occasion.
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“… We must solve all our problems and settle all our disputes, including Jammu and Kashmir, peacefully to usher in an era of stability and prosperity in South Asia. We must bequeath a peaceful and prosperous South Asia to coming generations,” said Basit.
He added, “… Pakistan strongly believes in peace, stability and prosperity for all countries and for all people around the world. This is the essence of Pakistan’s foreign policy. This also drives our India policy. We want peace and stability between the two countries and in our region.”