What steps will Pakistan take for talks with India? America also came forward after Shahbaz Sharif’s wish

Shahbaz said that war is not an option. We are ready to talk to our neighbors for the sake of our country. In last 75 years we fought three wars with India but

The United States said it would support direct talks between India and Pakistan. The US State Department spokesman said Matthew Miller had given this information. Speaking to the media, he said: “We have said before and we repeat that we will support direct dialogue on issues of concern to India and Pakistan. Mr. Miller’s statement follows that of Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, who said he would like to hold talks with India.
At the opening ceremony of the minerals summit in Islamabad, Shahbaz said that war was not an option. We are ready to talk with our waiters for the good of our country. He added that over the past 75 years, we have fought three wars with India, but what has been the result? The country has suffered greatly from these wars. Poverty, unemployment and illiteracy, a poor healthcare system and lack of resources have been observed in the country.
Shahbaz Sharif also mentioned nuclear weapons in his speech. He declared Pakistan to be a country rich in nuclear weapons. Shahbaz Sharif also mentioned nuclear weapons in his speech. He said Pakistan was a country rich in nuclear weapons. He said it was not to be aggressive but to protect itself. We don’t want a nuclear war. He added that war benefits no one.

Shahbaz has taken a big step forward

Shahbaz Sharif has taken a major step forward with this statement. However, this is not the first time he has made such a statement. On the other hand, experts believe that poor Pakistan wants to attract the attention of the international community by making such a statement, and is trying to create a global image for itself. It has played this trick to please the IMF and the World Bank and to attract their attention.

Fourth anniversary of the abolition of Article 370 on August 5

Ahead of the fourth anniversary of the abolition of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, such a statement from Pakistan was in evidence. Let us tell you that on Saturday, it will be four years since Article 370 was abolished in Jammu and Kashmir. On August 5, 2019, the central government abolished Article 370, which conferred special status on Jammu and Kashmir, by passing a law. Many changes have taken place over the past four years. Central government laws and programs have been implemented. The number of terrorist incidents has also fallen. Thousands of people have also obtained jobs in the public sector.


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