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Pakistan wants peace with India: Aziz

11 November, 2013

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NEW DELHI: Prime Minister's Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz has said Pakistan wants peace with India and efforts are being made in this regard.

He was talking to media following his arrival in the Indian capital on Sunday. Aziz would attend the two-day Asia-Europe Foreign Ministers meeting that would begin in New Delhi on Monday.

During his visit, Sartaj Aziz would hold talks with Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid and his Indian counterpart Shiv Shankar Menon on the sidelines of the event. He will also hold a series of bilateral meetings with his counterparts from China, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Romania, Spain and Slovak Republic, besides Kashmiri leaders.


Reader Comments:


Peace not at the cost of Jammu and Kashmir. Dear Sartaz Aziz your citizens need peace from TTP and other terrorists organziations first. Dont overlook and seek peace, which has costed the country millions of innocent lives. Economy is in shambles. Your nation needs security and stabilty. Most common people I am sure need jobs, viable economy and better standard of living, which Pakistan has lost its way just for Kashmir. United States has repeatedly stated for Pakistans obsession for Kashmir, has to come out of it.

Sunil Sinha, United States - 11 November, 2013

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