Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday that he had a right and constructive meeting with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi.
In a press conference here, Prime Minister Sharif said that he was pleased to be in New Delhi at the invitation of Modi. “It should be a historic opportunity for our two nations.
This offers us the opportunity to leading the aspiration of people of our two nations. “The one and a half billion people of two countries desire to center on their well-being and welfare,” he stated
“I urge that we had to strive to change confrontation to cooperation leaving behind allegations and counter-allegations. We require to overcome the legacy of mischief and mistrust,”
The prime minister stated he and Indian PM discussed all matters in the emotional state of seriousness. India and Pakistan foreign secretaries to “meet soon” to carry forward bilateral agenda, he said. “I ordered Prime Minister Modi that we require to pick up threads from 1999.
I emphasize to the prime minister that we bear a common agenda which is impossible to achieve without peace and stability.” Pakistan stands ready to answer every issue with India, he concluded.