Flags of Pakistan and India. (Photo: Collected)
Pakistan does not want enmity with India for next 100 years. India’s arch-enemy has taken this decision as part of its new national security policy. Pakistani media outlet The Express Tribune reported this in a report on Tuesday.
The report says that under the new national security policy, the keynote of the neighboring country’s foreign policy is immediate alliance with the countries and economic security. The new national security policy will be announced next Friday, the report said.
The 100-page security policy calls for strengthening peace and economic and diplomatic relations with India and its neighbors. The policy is expected to open the door to Pakistan’s trade and trade relations with India without a final settlement of the Kashmir issue.
“We do not want any animosity with India for the next 100 years,” a government official familiar with the matter told The Express Tribune. The new policy includes a policy of making peace with neighboring neighbors. If there is any discussion or progress in this regard, then trade and trade relations with India can be normal as before.
He said only part of the national security policy would be made public. But he said that normalization of trade relations depended on progress in talks between the two nuclear-armed neighbors.
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Source: ODHIKAR by www.odhikar.news.
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