Adviser: (Sartaj expresses desire to resolve all issues with India through dialogue)

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister’s Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that apprehensions and concerns of Pakistan and India on various issues can only be sorted out on the negotiation table.

Talking to media here on Sunday, he expressed the desire to resolve all issues with India through dialogue. He said dates of his upcoming visit to India were not confirmed yet.

He said he would raise the issue of Indian interference in Pakistan with the national advisor of that country. He said we cannot invite speaker of the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir Assembly as the assembly does not enjoy legitimate status because it represents a disputed territory, which needs to be settled in light of the UN resolutions.

He said Pakistan condemns terrorist attacks in Afghanistan and it does not distinguish between good or bad Taliban. He said we hope that the second round of talks between the Afghan Taliban and the Afghan Government will take place soon.

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