India not giving time frame for resuming comprehensive dialogues: Foreign Secretary
ISLAMABAD: While rejecting the reports of major breakthrough in Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries meeting, Aizaz Ch. said that India did not give timeframe for resuming comprehensive dialogues between both countries.
As per details, he was addressing a press briefing here at today in Islamabad. While informing media over the meeting with his Indian counterpart in India, Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ch. said that matters of mutual interests and bilateral ties came under discussion in the meeting however, there is no major breakthrough developed in the meeting.
India has understood that negotiation is the only way to sort out the all disputes however, final date for the revival of comprehensive talks between two countries has not been given by India, Aizaz underlined, stating that whenever India wants Pakistan is ready to hold talks with India.
Talking about the arrest of RAW agent Kulbhoshan Yadavm he rejected the rumours of his kidnapping saying that he had been arrested by our security forces and he had confessed of sabotaging acts in Pakistan.
Talking about the Kashmir issue, he made it clear that Kashmir dispute should be settled down as per resolutions of UN and wishes of Kashmiris. He further explained that four nation group has not succeeded yet to bring Afghan Taliban and government on negotiation tables however Pakistan would continue its efforts in this regard.
Responding a question, Aizaz said that he did not want to comment on the statement of Afghan President however, he strongly condemned Kabul attack and violence activities would not be accepted at any cost.
He stressed on all militant groups to come on negotiation table, surrendering weapons.