Resolve differences through dialogue: India on Qatar issue

In a statement, the External Affairs Ministry said India was closely following the situation in the region in the wake of the recent decision by Saudi Arabia and some other countries to break diplomatic relations with Qatar

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:June 11, 2017 3:47 am
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Underlining that it has “vital stakes” in peace and stability in the Gulf, India on Saturday asked countries in the region to resolve the Qatar crisis through constructive dialogue and well-established international principles of mutual respect. In a statement, the External Affairs Ministry said India was closely following the situation in the region in the wake of the recent decision by Saudi Arabia and some other countries to break diplomatic relations with Qatar.

“With over 8 million Indian expatriates living and working in these countries, we have vital stakes in the regional peace and stability,” the ministry said in a release. “…all parties should resolve their differences through a process of constructive dialogue and peaceful negotiations.”

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    Kamal Pasha
    Jun 11, 2017 at 12:07 pm
    What a joke. India does not solve the sports and entertainment problems by dialogue with stan and asking Qatar to solve problems by dialogue. Who cares for Modi's suggestions. Even Hindis don't listen to him.
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