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Former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri emphasised that there was no solution to the Kashmir issue except to hold a dialogue, adding New Delhi was too important for Islamabad to ignore.
Speaking at an event 'The Current State of India-Pakistan Relations' along with Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar on Thursday in the capital said, "India is too important a country for Pakistan to ignore.
We can never ignore india; it's a much larger country with much larger resources."
Kasuri further said, "Neither can win but both will loose and intelligent people say, in a war, there can be no lasting solution. I don't know any condition when there was peace after hosting wars," adding, "my conclusion is that there is no solution except to hold a dialogue."
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