Pakistani Foreign Minister: Ambassadors will be dispatched to India to ease the situation

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 Pakistani Foreign Minister: Ambassadors will be dispatched to India to ease the situation


Pakistans Foreign Ministry announced Wednesday that it will send its ambassador to India again as tensions with India seem to be easing.

Today Russia (RT) 6 reported that Pakistans Foreign Minister Shah Mahmoud Qureshi told the media that day, Pakistan has further strengthened its diplomatic efforts, we have decided to send Pakistans ambassador back to New Delhi. This is a positive development.

Reported that in order to improve bilateral relations, the Pakistani delegation also plans to visit New Delhi and hold talks with the Indian side on Indian pilgrims go to Gerdabel, Pakistan, visa-free.

In addition, Qureshi thanked China, Russia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and the United States for their role in easing recent tensions between India and Pakistan. On February 18, Mohamed Faisal, spokesman for Pakistans Foreign Ministry, said that Pakistans Foreign Ministry had decided to temporarily recall its ambassador to India. Prior to this, two clashes broke out in the Indian-controlled Kashmir region in four days, resulting in tensions between India and Pakistan. Recently, the Indian army claimed to have carried out air strikes on a terrorist camp in Pakistan, bringing two nuclear-weapon States to the brink of war. Pakistan shot down Indian fighters and captured an Indian pilot in a subsequent air war between the two countries. Subsequently, Pakistan released the pilot on 1 March to ease the situation between the two countries. Source: Global Times - Global Network. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Li Wan_B11284

In addition, Qureshi thanked China, Russia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and the United States for their role in easing recent tensions between India and Pakistan.

On February 18, Mohamed Faisal, spokesman for Pakistans Foreign Ministry, said that Pakistans Foreign Ministry had decided to temporarily recall its ambassador to India. Prior to this, two clashes broke out in the Indian-controlled Kashmir region in four days, resulting in tensions between India and Pakistan.

Recently, the Indian army claimed to have carried out air strikes on a terrorist camp in Pakistan, bringing two nuclear-weapon States to the brink of war. Pakistan shot down Indian fighters and captured an Indian pilot in a subsequent air war between the two countries. Subsequently, Pakistan released the pilot on 1 March to ease the situation between the two countries.