Islamabad, Aug.20 (ANI): Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has urged the leaderships of both India and Pakistan to resume bilateral dialogue and enhance people to people contact to strengthen bilateral ties between both countries.
During his meeting with Indian High Commissioner Sharat Sabharwal, Sharif said both countries should adopt a positive attitude towards each other instead of just leveling allegations.
Sharif said issues like Kashmir, which has been lingering for years, should be resolved amicably to ensure peace and prosperity of the region.
He stressed that Indo-Pak trade links should be increased, The Daily Times reports.
Earlier, Sabharwal conveyed Prime Minister Dr.Manmohan Singh's best wishes to Sharif, saying the Indian Government and people wanted friendly ties with Pakistan.
He also praised Sharif for his efforts to promote sustainable peace in the region. (ANI)