Mumbai: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan wrote a letter in his counterpart to Narendra Modi saying, Islamabad wants to talk with New Delhi to resolve all reconcilable problems, including the Kashmir issue.
This comes a day after India states that there will no bilateral meeting between both the countries on the sidelines of the SCO summit in Bishkek.
In a letter to congratulate Modi for his second term as Prime Minister of India, Khan said that the dialogue between the two countries was the only solution to help overcome the poverty of both the countries and the regional development It was important to work together, Geo TV reported.
The tension between the two countries increased after the Pulwama terror attack and after the attack on the terrorist training camp in Balakot, Pakistan on February 26, the two countries were on the brink of war and Pakistan carried out a counter-offensive the next day.
Khan said that Pakistan desire to resolve all the problems including the Kashmir problem, the report said.
Earlier, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi had also written to his new Indian counterpart S. Jaishankar that Islamabad wants to discuss “all important matters” with New Delhi and is committed to efforts to establish peace in this region.
Qureshi told Jaishankar in the letter that “Islamabad wants to negotiate with all the important matters on New Delhi and is committed to efforts to establish peace in the region,” Express Tribune said on Friday quoting diplomatic sources.