I consider today's Pak-India progress positive, Federal Foreign Minister

I consider today's Pak-India progress positive, Federal Foreign Minister

I consider today's Pak-India progress positive, Federal Foreign Minister


ISLAMABAD: Federal Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi while welcoming the ceasefire between Pakistan and India said that he considered it a positive step as opposed to the unilateral steps taken by India on August 5.

According to details, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, referring to the agreement on Pak-India ceasefire, said that the 2003 ceasefire agreement between Pakistan and India was the most effective, while the 2003 agreement was important in targeting civilians and globally. We have consistently mentioned ceasefire violations and have been constantly voicing our concerns over ceasefire violations.


The Foreign Minister said that I consider today's progress as positive and India should implement it in good faith. I consider it a positive step as opposed to India's unilateral steps of August 5 and we have to see what will happen in the days to come. There will be progress.


The Foreign Minister said that the discussions held with various Foreign Ministers focused on the situation in the region and if India sticks to the steps taken today, it will be a positive development.


Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the success that India had hoped for in Kashmir was not achieved, Indian measures have worsened the situation instead of improving it, while the Indian move has worsened the situation since August 5. However, if India reconsiders its decisions and policy, it will be a positive step in diplomacy.


It may be recalled that Pakistan-India DGMOs have been contacted on the hotline and Pakistan and India have agreed not to violate ceasefire on LOC and other sectors from today, DG ISPR said. The contact will result in the implementation of the 2003 Ceasefire Understanding.

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