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'Pakistan ready for talks if India serious about Kashmir'

IANS  |  Baku 

Prime Minister on Saturday said is ready to hold a dialogue if is serious about resolving the Kashmir issue.

had offered to hold talks on outstanding issues several times but did not reciprocate, Dawn online quoted Sharif as telling the media here before wrapping up a three-day visit to Azerbaijan.

According to Sharif, Kashmir is main cause of unrest in the region and must show seriousness about resolving the issue and honour its commitment under the United Nations Security Council resolutions.

Tension rose between the two neighbouring nations following the September 18 attack at an Army camp in Uri town of Kashmir in which 19 soldiers were killed. has blamed Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group for the attack.

Sharif also regretted that blamed for the attack, saying that New Delhi levelled "allegations" against without even probing the incident.

He reiterated that no "infiltration" took place across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir Valley from the Pakistani side.

The Prime Minister's comments come as began a diplomatic blitz to isolate in the region as well as in the international community, blaming for harbouring terrorists and sponsoring terrorism.

--IANS

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'Pakistan ready for talks if India serious about Kashmir'

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said Islamabad is ready to hold a dialogue if India is serious about resolving the Kashmir issue.

Prime Minister on Saturday said is ready to hold a dialogue if is serious about resolving the Kashmir issue.

had offered to hold talks on outstanding issues several times but did not reciprocate, Dawn online quoted Sharif as telling the media here before wrapping up a three-day visit to Azerbaijan.

According to Sharif, Kashmir is main cause of unrest in the region and must show seriousness about resolving the issue and honour its commitment under the United Nations Security Council resolutions.

Tension rose between the two neighbouring nations following the September 18 attack at an Army camp in Uri town of Kashmir in which 19 soldiers were killed. has blamed Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group for the attack.

Sharif also regretted that blamed for the attack, saying that New Delhi levelled "allegations" against without even probing the incident.

He reiterated that no "infiltration" took place across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir Valley from the Pakistani side.

The Prime Minister's comments come as began a diplomatic blitz to isolate in the region as well as in the international community, blaming for harbouring terrorists and sponsoring terrorism.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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'Pakistan ready for talks if India serious about Kashmir'

Prime Minister on Saturday said is ready to hold a dialogue if is serious about resolving the Kashmir issue.

had offered to hold talks on outstanding issues several times but did not reciprocate, Dawn online quoted Sharif as telling the media here before wrapping up a three-day visit to Azerbaijan.

According to Sharif, Kashmir is main cause of unrest in the region and must show seriousness about resolving the issue and honour its commitment under the United Nations Security Council resolutions.

Tension rose between the two neighbouring nations following the September 18 attack at an Army camp in Uri town of Kashmir in which 19 soldiers were killed. has blamed Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group for the attack.

Sharif also regretted that blamed for the attack, saying that New Delhi levelled "allegations" against without even probing the incident.

He reiterated that no "infiltration" took place across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir Valley from the Pakistani side.

The Prime Minister's comments come as began a diplomatic blitz to isolate in the region as well as in the international community, blaming for harbouring terrorists and sponsoring terrorism.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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