Pakistan, India must proceed, forget past events: Janjua

ISLAMABAD – National Security Adviser Nasir Janjua on Thursday termed the meeting held between Pakistan and Indian delegation a ‘new beginning.’

In an interview to Indian newspaper, Janjua advised the both countries to reduce tensions by forgetting the past events and to move forward with new hope and dedication. He said that the future of Pakistan and India and was most important, therefore, the states had to cooperate in different fields to boost their relations. He said that the meeting of both countries’ delegation is a positive step towards the development.

The conflicts had to be resolved by the present governments instead of leaving it for future generations, he said. Talking about the recently held meeting with his Hong Kong counterpart on December 6, he said that the both sides were agreed on strengthening the ties with harmony, adding that we believe that we would do better work together.


NEO Monitoring Desk

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