ISLAMABAD: Shehbaz Sharif, the premier of Pakistan, requested communication from Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India. On Monday, in real conversations to address immediate problems. Such as Kashmir, where his leadership of the United Arab Emirates might play a crucial role in bringing Pakistan and India to the bargaining table.
In an interview with Al Arabiya News, the prime minister. proclaimed, “My appeal to the Indian government. Its leadership, especially Prime Minister Narendra Modi, made it feasible for us to eat together. And engage in sincere, honest dialogues to address our pressing challenges, including the strife in Kashmir.
India, according to the Prime Minister, has reclaimed any semblance of autonomy. Due to the removal of autonomy in August of this year.
Minorities in India are being targeted for persecution the minister said, adding that India must end this persecution in order to signal all over the globe that India is prepared for serious discussions.
In an interview, Shehbaz tells Modi ‘let us all sit at the table and engage in serious, honest talks’The world was reminded by Mr. Shehbaz to remember that India as well as Pakistan were neighbors, and were required to live alongside one another. “It is our responsibility to be peaceful and progress, or fight with each other and waste our time and resources.
. We’ve learned our lesson and are now ready to live peacefully if we are able to solve the root of our problems. We are determined to end the burden of poverty, increase prosperity and also provide health and education facilities and jobs to our people, and not squander our money on bombs or ammunition. That’s my message to convey to Prime Minister Modi,” he added.
He said, “We are nuclear powers, fully equipped, and if God forbid a war breaks out. Who will live to recount what happened?”
He claimed that Saudi Arabia was a friendly and open-minded country and had special friendships for centuries.
According to the PM, the UAE is a second home for millions of Pakistanis. He had a fruitful visit as the prime minister of the nation. He claimed that Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed was a beloved friend and a huge advocate for Pakistan and wished for his people in Pakistan to advance and prosper. Sheik Zayed Al Nahyan was also a very good friend to Pakistan in general and Pakistan was in his heart.
“Leadership in Pakistan and Gulf countries have resolved to collaborate in the fields of culture. And trade and promote Islam as a faith that fosters peace.” It is a religion that rejects any form of terrorist acts. We have joined forces to be strategic allies,” he added.
According to the prime minister, Saudi Arabia and brotherly Gulf nations would not have provided Pakistan with problems and challenges. It did without genuine and considerable aid from these trustworthy partners. The prime minister said that the Pakistani nation is resilient and strong and would take on the world by promoting investment and trade.