Kashmiris vital part of dialogue: Qureshi

Express May 04, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Tuesday stressed on meaningful dialogue with India and said that talks on Kashmir must involve the Kashmiris.

Addressing at the National Assembly (NA) session on Kashmir policy, he said that Kashmir issue is in the agenda for dialogue with India.

He added that Pakistan would narrow down its priorities in talks with India and core issues need to be dealt first.

The foriegn minister also hailed talkes betweent the prime ministers of two countries on the sideline of SAARC Summit.


Natasha | 13 years ago | Reply Another expected blast in India (Delhi as they’ve warned) and this new episode of dialogue drama will come to an end.
Sultan Ahmed | 13 years ago | Reply Perhaps we have made a mistake hearing that United States prepared to provide Nuclear Civil technology to Pakistan as a front ally against the war of terror and having seen its internal requirement regarding energy crisis power shortage as well. But now the reality is opened to us that it is not true .there is no reality in this news exposed by the address in the parliament by our foreign minister. Yes aid is given according to the dire need of the time.Everything that is essential and attributed to requirement put behind deliberately . we are facing power crisis,but still no provision of civil nuclear technology, We are needful of modern weapons including predator drone air craft but there no response, pretext after pretext Just after returning from Washington, our foreign minister claimed American administration has accepted our legitimate demands. It mean it was wrong,absolutely wrong, now the question is that why the whole nation was in darkness?
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