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No Backdoor Talks With India: Pakistan

No Backdoor Talks With India: Pakistan

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  17 Sep 2019 7:00 PM GMT

Islamabad: Pakistan has refused to engage in backdoor talks after some powerful countries as well as certain Muslim States sought de-escalation of the ongoing tensions between the two neighbours over the Kashmir issue, the media reported on Monday. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was also requested to tone down his verbal attacks on his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, an informed official told The Express Tribune on Sunday. However, Pakistan has turned down the requests and made it clear that it would only engage with India through quiet or conventional diplomacy after New Delhi was persuaded to meet certain conditions. According to the official, both the Saudi and UAE diplomats conveyed their willingness to play a role in defusing tensions between Pakistan and India. One of the proposals on the table was to encourage both countries to hold backdoor talks with each other. Foreign Office spokesperson Muhammad Faisal, at his last weekly briefing, had categorically said there was no backdoor diplomacy under way with India to normalise the situation. (IANS)

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