PM Nawaz talks of involving third power in resolving Kashmir Issue
THE HAGUE: Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistan wants to involve a third power in resolving the Kashmir Issue, whilst the United States (US) will have to play its role in normalising the situation of South Asia – ARY News reports.
During the third Nuclear Security Summit (NSS), Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and US Secretary of State, John Kerry exchanged views on bilateral affairs.
Talking to media, PM Nawaz said that India is not ready to take a third power on-board for resolving the Kashmir Issue, whereas he also praised the US policy of abandoning drone attacks and urged for its continuity.
He also said that peaceful Afghanistan is in favor of Pakistan and the entire region.
PM Nawaz said that Pakistan does not want to strain its ties with Afghanistan and it wants to hold talks with Afghan authorities for this purpose, however he expressed his concerns over repeated attacks on the check posts of Frontier Corps (FC).
On this occasion, John Kerry told media that Pak-US joint working group is working on nuclear non-proliferation, whilst the US is completely supporting Pakistan in the energy sector and fight against terrorism.