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Pakistan, India should move forward to resolve unsettled matters, Nawaz tells Modi

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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, in a letter to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, said the two countries should move forward to resolve the unsettled matters, Express News reported on Wednesday.

HunzaNews,june 11,2014

In his letter, Nawaz said that “with our efforts, we can lay a foundation for a brighter future.”

Thanking Modi for his hospitality during the oath-taking ceremony, Nawaz said he was satisfied with the discussion he had with Indian premier on issues of mutual interest.

On May 26, Nawaz went to New Delhi to attend the swearing-in ceremony of the Indian premier. Nawaz was among a clutch of regional leaders who attended Modi’s inauguration. It was the first time in the history of India that a Pakistani prime minister was invited to the oath-taking ceremony of an Indian premier. Nawaz had termed the meeting with his Indian counterpart good and constructive.

The Pakistani prime minister further stated in his letter that the two countries need to resolve their issues for the benefit of their citizens, further stating that millions of people have good expectations from the two prime ministers.


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