*ISLAMABAD: India has sought permission from Pakistan to use its airspace for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flight to United States.*
New Delhi has requested Pakistan to use its airspace for Modi’s flight to US on September 20, diplomatic sources said.
Narendra Modi will attend the annual session of the United Nations’ General Assembly.
Indian government had formally handed over the request to Pakistan last week, according to the sources.
The authorities considering to hold a high level session to discuss the Indian request, sources said.
Pakistan had refused a request made by New Dehli earlier, to use its airspace for the plane of Indian President Ram Nath Kovind, owing to New Dehli’s consistent human rights violation in occupied Kashmir.