Pakistan wants good relations with neighboring Countries

Settling all inquiries, including Kashmir, is crucial for suffering agreement. Thankful to you for praising us on Pakistan Day. I wish the Indian people well against Corona. PM’s answer letter to Indian PM

In his letter to the Indian Prime Minister, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan needs quiet and pleasant relations with the abutting countries. For suffering amicability in South Asia, it is critical to decide all inquiries including Kashmir. I thank you for praising us on Pakistan Day. I wish the Indian people well against Corona.

According to nuances, Prime Minister Imran Khan has sent an answer letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The substance of the letter said that Prime Minister Imran Khan offered thanks toward the Indian Prime Minister for adulating him on Pakistan Day. Pioneer Imran Khan said that the public position and people need peaceful and genial relations with all of the abutting countries including India.

 

The Government of Pakistan and people of India need peaceful and accommodating relations with each and every abutting country, including India.

A suffering amicability in South Asia requires the objective, taking everything into account, including Kashmir. It is fundamental to set up a supportive environment for profitable and beneficial dealings. Pioneer Imran Khan said that he imparted extraordinary wishes for the Indian people against Corona. It should be seen that on March 23, Pakistan Day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had sent a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan.

He said that as a connecting country, we need well disposed relations with people of Pakistan. Private TV refered to the Prime Minister’s House as saying that the Indian President and Prime Minister had sent celebratory messages on Pakistan Day. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has moreover sent an unprecedented message to Prime Minister Imran Khan. He said that he praised people of Pakistan on Pakistan Day. ۔

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