Pakistan Agrees On Trump's Offer On Kashmir Dispute: Foreign Office
ISLAMABAD– U.S. and Pakistan’s relations have been improved with the ongoing successful visit of Imran Khan to Washington. Foreign office informed the media.
Spoke person of Foreign office Muhammad Faisal said in Islamabad on Thursday that Prime Minister Imran Khan and US President Donald Trump had an extensive conversation with each of the two countries to build a broad, lasting relationship, and strengthen cooperation to deliver peace, stabilization, and financial prosperity to South Asia. Dr Faisal further elaborated that there will be a mechanism to follow the target decided during the visit. During discussions with the US administration, Dr. Muhammad Faisal said there was no mention of ' do more. ' On the grounds of mutual regard, we want to move forward.
The Spokesperson said Pakistan welcomed the proposal of mediation by US President Donald Trump on Kashmir. Expressing his astonishment at the Indian reaction to the mediation proposal, he said that India was supposed to provide a matured response to the outstanding conflict.
He said that Pakistan's strategy was to establish peace and dialogue, depending on the UN Security Resolutions and the Kashmiri people's desires, to resolve the conflict.
In reply to the issue of India's LOC violations, the speaker stated that Pakistan provides an appropriate reply to the Indian shooting. But Pakistan wants peace and the ceasefire agreement of 2003 has to be maintained.
Dr Muhammad Faisal said Pakistan is ready to participate at the next Kartarpur corridor meeting. He said the dates must be given by the Indian side. But he was confident that the meeting would take place shortly. when asking about Afghanistan, the spokesperson told that the Pakistan has been playing the role of facilitator which can’t be denied as both Afghanistan and America know this face. Pakistan want Afghan controlled and Afghan owned solution of the conflict. when asking about situation in Iran, the spokesperson told that all parties should work towards facilitation the tension in the region. Pakistan is carefully monitoring events in the area. He further says safety in the Hormuz and beyond is very crucial for business and shipping supply chains.