Pakistan wants dialogue with India on all outstanding issues with India, says official

Karachi, Nov 4: Prime Minister's special assistant on foreign affairs Syed Tariq Fatemi said that Pakistan wants dialogue with India on all outstanding issues.

While addressing a seminar on "Pakistan India Relations - Emerging Relatives" organised by the Karachi Council of Foreign Relations (KCFR) on Tuesday he urged civil society members to continue nudge and push the leadership of both the countries to hold talks, Dawn online reported.

Pak wants dialogue with India

The event was also attended by Senator Aitzaz Ahsan, Indian High Commissioner Dr. T.C.A. Raghavan, Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar and former Sindh governor Moinuddin Haider.

"Pakistan and India have very close human relationship and there is so much to encourage both sides to develop healthy and friendly ties", said Mani Shankar Aiyar.

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He was of the view that hard political problems between Indo-Pak should also be solved.

"Pakistan and India have to come out of the current mode of not talking to each other," said former foreign Secretary Shamshad Ahmed Khan.

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