No dialogue with India sans Kashmir: FO

Islamabad—Pakistan on Thursday ruled out the possibility of holding Composite Dialogue with India without having Kashmir issue on agenda, saying Kashmir remained the centre of its relations with India.
“Kashmir will be the core issue in any dialogue with India, whenever it takes place,” the Foreign Office Spokesman said at the weekly press briefing here at the Foreign Office.
Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said “Kashmir is our national objective” and Pakistan would continue to support Kashmiris’ right to self-determination. “Paksitan has a principle position on the issue of Kashmir, which is to continue extending moral, political and diplomatic support to Kashmiris for their demand of implementation of UN Security Council resolutions,” he said.—NNI

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