India’s interference in Pakistan, Kashmir to be raised with Indian foreign secretary: Aziz

Adviser to prime minister on foreign affairs stresses the need for meaningful, serious dialogue between both countries

Web Desk February 15, 2015
Aziz said that progress has been made on issues such as Sir Creek and Siachen. PHOTO: REUTERS

After Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hinted that he may resume dialogue with Pakistan by sending his new Indian Foreign Secretary to Pakistan soon, a senior government official said on Sunday that all issues, including India’s interference in Pakistan and the Kashmir dispute, will be discussed, Radio Pakistan reported.

Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz in a television interview on Sunday stressed the need for meaningful and serious dialogue between Pakistan and India to resolve all outstanding issues.

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He added that the United States and other countries know that India had unilaterally called off the foreign secretary level talks in August last year and that the world community had urged both sides to move forward on the dialogue process.

Aziz said that while progress has been made on issues such as Sir Creek and Siachen, Pakistan will raise India's interference inside Pakistan and the Kashmir dispute in the upcoming talks in which all issues are expected to be discussed.


Sheila Zulfiqar Ahmed | 8 years ago | Reply I protest at your policy of not publishing my reply to the stupid comments by , apparently, an Indian to my initial remarks. It shows your Pakistan bias . Moreover , you are publishing comments mostly which are either anti India or anti Pakistan but anyone who tries to bring down differences between India and Pakistan faces black out...Why? I can't understand !!
LS | 8 years ago | Reply He is visiting all SAARC countries and simply coming to introduce himself and break the ice. you say what-ever you want but nothing is going to happen immediately.... His visit is not to discuss Kashmir or what-ever.... His main focus is to enforce common SAARC agenda. For those who claim this is happening because of a phone call from US? No... It is happening because someone was fired from her job and we have a new guy in town.
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