Relations between India and Pakistan appear to be bettering. It appeared from the occasions of the previous that the Financial Co-ordination Council of Pakistan has now authorized importing cotton and Fibre constructed from India. This report has been given by sources from Reuters. Previous to this, PM Modi wrote a letter to the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan and from there got here a counter letter to Imran Khan.
On 23 March, PM Modi despatched a letter to Imran on the event of ‘Pakistan Day’. After this, on 30 March, Imran Khan responded by writing that ‘Pakistan also wants peaceful relations with its neighbors including India’.
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India needs a cordial relationship with the individuals of Pakistan: PM Modi
In a letter despatched final week, PM Modi congratulated Imran Khan on ‘Pakistan Day’. PM Modi wrote, “India needs a cordial relationship with the individuals of
Pakistan. Subsequently, there’s a must create an atmosphere free from belief, terror and hatred.”
Want for a peaceable and cooperative relationship: Imran Khan
The Pakistan Prime Minister mentioned that the individuals of Pakistan additionally desire a ‘peaceful and cooperative relationship’ with all their neighbors, together with India. Khan wrote in his letter, “We believe that peace and stability in South Asia requires the resolution of all pending issues between India and Pakistan, especially the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.”
Khan admitted that it’s essential to create the suitable atmosphere for ‘constructive and negotiated results’.
I want the individuals of India all the very best within the struggle in opposition to the COVID-19 Pandemic” – Imran Khan
This optimistic perspective of Imran Khan has come at a time when there are indications that relations between India and Pakistan are transferring in the direction of enchancment. The 2 international locations introduced an settlement for a ceasefire on the LoC final month. PM Modi wished him a fast restoration when Imran Khan was corona optimistic.
Time to forget the past and move forward: Pakistan Army Chief
On March 19, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said that ‘it is time for India and Pakistan to forget the past and move forward. He said that peace between the two neighboring countries will help in opening up the possibilities of development in South and Central Asia.
General Bajwa while addressing the Islamabad security talks said that the possibility of regional peace and development due to disputes has always been hostage due to unresolved issues. He said, “I believe it is time to forget the past and move forward.”