PM Narendra Modi meets PM Nawaz Sharif during Paris Climate Change Summit 2015
PARIS: More than four-and-half months after Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif met in the Russian city of Ufa and sought to resume the Indo-Pak dialogue process, the two prime ministers met in Paris Monday at the climate change conference centre’s lobby, in what was seen as a “pull-aside meeting” between the two leaders.
They shake hands and talk animatedly “for a few minutes” while sitting on a sofa without aides and officials by their side.
Emerging from the venue, Sharif told reporters that the talks took place in a “cordial atmosphere…cordial manner” -
“If both sides want that issues should be taken forward, then it is not possible that these will not be taken forward.” He said Pakistan wants to discuss and resolve issues, which are political in nature. Doors for dialogue should be kept open,” Sharif said.
“If both sides want that the relations should be taken forward, then if it does not happen, it is not right,” he said.
He said that Pakistan wants to discuss and resolve the issues, which are political in nature. Doors for dialogue should be kept open,” he told reporters in Paris.