Imran welcomes Modi’s visit to Pakistan


ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan said on Friday that he welcomes the decision of Indian Prime Minister (PM) Modi’s visit to Pakistan. PTI chief also said that during his visit to India, he invited PM Modi to visit Pakistan.


According to the details, Imran Khan said that the friendly visit of Indian PM is a positive step toward melting the ice between the two neighbours.

Khan added that the peaceful and friendly relations between India and Pakistan are in favour of the whole region because both of the countries have great importance in the region.

Imran Khan also said that to improve the relation, such meetings between the heads of states could help greatly and it gives the hope of dialogue and opens the way for conflict solving. He said that this meeting is being appreciated by the world.

Earlier today, Modi made a surprise visit to Pakistan on Friday to meet his counterpart Nawaz Sharif, weeks after the nuclear-armed rivals decided to restart high-level peace talks. It was the first time an Indian premier had stepped foot on Pakistani soil in more than 10 years and was seen by analysts as a step towards normalising ties between the two neighbours which have fought three wars.