Pakistan makes a conditional offer to India over Occupied Kashmir
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan makes a conditional offer to India over Occupied Kashmir talks.
Islamabad once again offered conditional talks to New Delhi in regards to occupied Kashmir if the Narendra Modi-led government lifts the curfew, release arrested leaders and cease human rights violations in the occupied valley.
The offer comes after India revoked the occupied valley’s autonomy earlier in August.
Speaking to *BBC Urdu* link, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi hinted that Islamabad had no issue with the resumption of bilateral talks with New Delhi while third-party mediation would also be welcomed in this regard.
“Pakistan has never refused to negotiate but the right environment for talks is not clear from the Indian side.”