Islamabad: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday strongly advocated the resumption of relations with India, saying severing ties with New Delhi would not be in the country’s interest as Islamabad was already “internationally isolated”.
Addressing the founding day ceremony of the Institute of Strategic Studies in Islamabad, Bilawal said that we have problems with India. The war between Pakistan and India has a long history of conflict. Today we have intense conflicts and the events of August 2019 cannot be taken lightly.
Relations between the two countries deteriorated.
It is noteworthy that on August 5, 2019, India had announced the repeal of Article 370 of the Constitution to end the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, after which the relations between Pakistan and India had ruptured. There was a strong reaction from Pakistan to India’s decision, which resulted in a breakdown in diplomatic relations and the deportation of the Indian ambassador.
On the Kashmir issue, Bilawal Bhutto said, “This issue has become the main point of any of my discussions since I became the Foreign Minister.” I met him. The delimitation commission (in Jammu and Kashmir) and then the recent ‘Islamophobia’ remarks of the officials have created an environment in which it is very difficult, if not impossible, for Pakistan to get involved.
Bilawal Bhutto asked the people present in the think tank program whether Pakistan’s interests were being served by severing ties with India, whether it was on Kashmir, whether it was the rise of Islamophobia or the ideology of Hindutva in India. Be stressed
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has strongly advocated for good relations with India. Bilawal Bhutto said that Pakistan has become isolated in the world. We have no relations with many countries. He questioned whether Pakistan’s interests were being served by severing ties with India.
Hand of friendship
It is being speculated that the Shahbaz Sharif government of Pakistan may extend a hand of friendship to India in the days to come. However, India has made it clear on several occasions that terrorism and dialogue cannot go hand in hand. If Pakistan wants to talk, it must unconditionally stop supporting terrorism.
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