Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has affirmed that war with India was impossible, media gave an account of Friday.
Amid a meeting here on Thursday with President Mamnoon Hussain, Sharif avowed Pakistan’s craving for cordial ties with India, every one of its neighbors and the world everywhere for supportable improvement, The Nation reported.
Nawaz Sharif has asserted that war with India is not an option
An official proclamation issued after the meeting said, “They talked about the local circumstance and repeated Pakistan’s resolve to have well disposed relations with all the neighboring nations.”
Relations in the middle of Pakistan and India are at their most minimal ebb nowadays as the two sides point the finger at one another for terminating along the line of control (LoC) and the worldwide limit.
The growing pressure has so far seen cancelation of two-sided gatherings and a war of words between the customary adversaries.
The two neighbors are, be that as it may, in contact through the back-channel yet there has scarcely been any positive news for peace-partners on both sides.
Tariq Fatemi, uncommon right hand to the PM on remote undertakings, and Asif Kirmani, extraordinary aide on political issues, likewise went to the meeting.