Change from confrontation to cooperation: Pak PM

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

Pak premier Nawaz Sharif said, “I urge that we should change from confrontation to cooperation and not engage in accusations and counter-accusations.”

In a bid to improve ties between India and Pakistan, the premiers of the two countries have exchanged notes and indicated that they would push to resolve their long standing disputes.

The Indian team is said to have raised its concerns which include slow progress in the 2008 Mumbai attack trial in Pakistan as well as border ceasefire violations by Pakistani forces.

Pak premier Nawaz Sharif said, “I urge that we should change from confrontation to cooperation and not engage in accusations and counter-accusations.”


“My government stands ready to discuss with India all issues in a spirit of cooperation.  For peace and security, we should bring stability instead of insecurity,” he said reading out a prepared statement to the media.
 

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