Kashmir Can’t be Excluded from India-Pak Dialogue: Germany

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ISLAMABAD: Germany Monday pointed out that there are pressing issues between Pakistan and India “including Jammu and Kashmir”.

Addressing a press conference, Germany Foreign Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier along with Pakistan NSA, Sartaj Aziz, in Islamabad said, “Kashmir dispute cannot be excluded from the dialogue between Pakistan and India.”

The minister said that it is important for both Pakistan and India to engage in talks for the resolution of issues.

Reports quoting Steinmeier said that Germany gives importance to its relations with Pakistan.

In his remarks, Sartaj Aziz said, “they have a productive meeting and exchanged views on bilateral relations, regional and global issues specially situation in Afghanistan and stalemate in India-Pakistan dialogue.”

The German foreign minister also held a meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad. “During the meeting, matters relating to bilateral and regional interest with particular focus on peace and stability in the region were discussed.”

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