Islamabad: Pakistan's Foreign Ministry on Thursday said that its country is ready to negotiate with India and how to move ahead on this issue - on this she is waiting for India's official response. During the weekly media briefing, External Affairs spokesman Dr. Mohammad Faisal said during the briefing, "We are ready to interact with India. We have also conveyed our position to the international community. Now India has to answer. "
Recalling the recent statement of Ajay Bisaria, India's High Commissioner to Pakistan, that the government of Prime Minister Imran Khan has opened a political window and India is watching with cautionary hope, Faisal said, "We want to use the same window We want to see how we can go forward. "He said," We have been saying this for a long time that the talks are between all pending issues between Pakistan and India. This is the only way to solve. We are officially waiting to answer from India how she wants to move forward. We have a similar attitude on this. "
Referring to recent developments, he said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked to Prime Minister Khan and Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi received letters from his Indian counterpart. The relationship between the two countries became tense after the terrorist attacks in Pakistan in 2016 in India.
On being asked about any formal response to India on the offer to open Kartarpur corridor for Sikh devotees, the spokesperson said, "I have no information in this regard." He said that Pakistan would be pleased to announce the Indo-US Two Plus Talks In the joint statement issued after it, there is an objection to the undesirable things against him. In a joint statement, India and the United States called on Pakistan to ensure that it does not allow the use of land of their control to attack other countries for terrorist attacks.