Pakistan on Friday renewed its offer to hold talks with India to resolve contentious issues, including the Jammu and Kashmir dispute and terrorism, to restore peace in the region and address the problems confronting the people of the two countries, reports Dawn.com.
According to the report, the offer was made by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in a letter written to PM Modi to felicitate him on assuming office for a second term. India has not so far responded positively.
This is the second time that PM Khan has written to Prime Minister Modi. In the latest letter, PM Khan has emphasised that the two sides should shun their differences. In his previous letter, he had agreed to hold talks on the issue of terrorism on India’s demand, the report said.