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We will continue to meet Kashmiri leaders before, after talks with India: Sartaj

01 October, 2014

NEW DELHI: Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has cleared Pakistan's position on the status of disputed state of Jammu Kashmir, saying they would continue to meet Kashmiri leaders before and after any talks with India.

In a telephonic interview with the Hindustan Times newspaper, he reiterated that it was up to India to resume the dialogue because it was India who called off the secretary-level talks with Pakistan. He also referred leaders o ... read more

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