Pak-India PM’s Meet in New York

Pak-India PM's Meet in New York

Pak-India PM’s Meet in New York

(New York) – The Prime ministers of India and Pakistan held a meeting in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, seeking improved relations on the subcontinent. Sharif has called it a chance for a “new beginning” in relations between South Asia’s most significant neighbors. Singh has reciprocated the goodwill.
During the meeting which started in a cordial atmosphere, both the prime ministers invited each other to visit their respective countries. The invitations were accepted from both sides, but no dates were set.
Other issues like Line of Control (LoC) violations, Indian involvement in Balochistan unrest, the Kashmir dispute, Siahcen, Sir Creek, and terrorism besides grant of Most Favourite Nation (MFN) status to India and matters relating to peace between the two countries also came under discussion.

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