Published in June 17, 2022 23:39
Bilawal’s remarks on India interpreted out of context
ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – In response to some media inquiries and press reports about remarks made Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on relations with India in his address at the institute of Islamabad Strategic Studies (ISSI), a foreign ministry spokesman said. on Friday that these views were interpreted out of context and depicted incorrectly.
There were no changes in Pakistan policy on India on that was national consensus, said a foreign office spokesman.
Pakistan has always sought a cooperative relationship with all his neighbors, including India, he added.
He said: “We consistently advocate constructive engagement and result-oriented dialogue to resolve all outstanding issues, including the main Jammu and Kashmir dispute.”
“However, the unrelenting hostility and regressiveness of India steps who violated environment and hindered the prospects of peace and cooperation”.
“Thus, the burden of responsibility remained on India take necessary steps create an opportunity environment favorable for meaningful and result-oriented dialogue,” he added.
Foreign minister clearly articulated this point of view, referring to the illegal and unilateral actions of India in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) on August 5, 2019, describing them as an attack. on rights of Kashmiri people as well as rising Islamophobia in India, which created environment adverse for significant involvement.
“Foreign minister’s remarks are better understood in general context of his key message of conflict resolution, which he emphasized in his address in the think tank event,” he decided.