India sabotaging regional peace, Nisar tells British foreign secretary

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  1. Blackwater

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    LONDON: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan in a meeting with British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond on Friday said India was trying to sabotage efforts for peace on one pretext or the other and was putting regional security and stability at stake.

    Discussing the regional security situation, Nisar said the incumbent government had a very clear view regarding peace in the region and on establishing friendly relations with neighboring countries, according to a press release issued Friday.

    But unfortunately the other side had not reciprocated the same, he said.

    The minister, who is on an official trip to the UK, said it was strange that India did not want to discuss the core issue of Kashmir, nor wanted Pakistan to hold consultations with Kashmiri leaders.

    This, he said, was “unacceptable to Pakistan” and labeled it a major hurdle in efforts towards peace in the region.

    Speaking on Afghanistan, Nisar said Pakistan’s government and its security institutions had made the impossible possible by facilitating dialogue for peace in Afghanistan.

    “But we are concerned over regional countries’ and international community’s lack of a positive response towards our efforts,” he said, adding that unjustified and unnecessary criticism on Pakistan was “not acceptable to us.”

    The minister said Pakistan would continue its efforts for peace in the region but would never accept any hegemony or dominance.

    The interior minister said other countries need to avoid blaming Pakistan for their own “weaknesses and negligence.” Similarly, India must understand that the dialogue process cannot proceed further without discussions on the issue of Kashmir.

    “Without furthering dialogue there can be no peace in the region.”

    Nisar said the government and the people of Pakistan desired peace and appreciated cooperation from the international community, especially friendly countries, in this regard.

    Pakistan greatly valued its friendly ties with the United Kingdom and desired to further strengthen them, he said.

    The interior minister said Pakistan and the UK shared policy on various issues for there existed multifaceted cooperation between both countries.

    Pakistan High Commissioner in the United Kingdom and senior officials from the British Foreign Office were also present during the meeting.

    Mr Hammond on the occasion said Pakistan and UK had a special relationship and there was no room for any misunderstandings in bilateral ties. “Nor will we allow any misunderstanding to affect our relations.”

    He appreciated Pakistan's efforts for peace in the region, especially Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s vision for peace.

    The foreign secretary particularly appreciated Pakistan’s contributions towards facilitating the dialogue process in Afghanistan. He expressed the hope that the Afghan dialogue process would not be affected, assuring complete support from the UK in this connection.

    Mr Hammond expressed concern over the suspension of dialogue process between India and Pakistan, urging both sides to resolve all pending issues at the negotiating table.

    Registration of NGOs, mutual cooperation in the fight against terrorism and other matters of mutual interest were also discussed during the meeting.

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1203446/in...l-peace-nisar-tells-british-foreign-secretary
     
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  3. Blackwater

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    this paki slave thinks master will listen to him:biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2::biggrin2:
     
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    What can the British do ? Oh will they invade us :D:D:D:D ?
     
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    I heard MQM founder is close to British intelligence and thats how he got uk passport. Also karachi is the hub of UK intelligence operations wrt to af-pak. Baki army conducting operations in karachi. Something fishy.
     
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    The so called regional peace was however sabotaged by those people whom this chap is addressing this to. Yes, I am talking about whatever happened in Afghanistan. US coalition forces, MI6, ISI.. damn!! Now becoming angels? BS!
     
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    I really don't understand why the West used Islamists to break Soviet Russia. Are they so easily convinced and brain-washed ? Won't they think about family, future and nation like rest of the world does ? Because the moment a potential terrorist thinks of those aspects he won't take up arms.

    Why Muslims are easily disturbed, brain-washed or led by some stupid myopic mullah ? Don't they have their own brains ? Don't they question ?
     
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    Well only the Sunni sect not the Shia. Actually, it depends from country to country. Any country which is not going through identity crisis , people from that country are not easy to brainwash in the name of religion etc.

    Saudi Arabia is highly influential when it comes to religion. But they fail to influence Iran, because Iran is still proud of their Persian empire which is their root and not the Arab conquest! Even knowing that Shias sect of Islam are more religious in nature and sensitive to their belief but not for Ummah rather for their country. Because they have not mixed religion with culture!
     
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    i have heard British govt planing to give graaaaaaaand reception to MODI in nov 2015.

    @blue marlin

    @Raja.pakistani

    if that is the case what will be your reaction and views???:biggrin2:


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    My take on his visit is the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan due to the interference by ISI backed Taliban. Pakistan started off their relationship with newly elected President of Afghanistan with a big bang but who knew Pakistan Military and ISI were going to go back to old tricks and thus the visit by British Foreign Secretary followed by visit by USA's NSA Susan Rice.

    They must have also taken note of recent terrorist attacks inside India as well. They are not going to sit by side line let Afghanistan fall into hands of ISI controlled Taliban. Lots of arm twisting behind the door. As far as USA is concerned they have already indicated to Pakistan where they stand with regards to massacre being carried out in Baluchistan in the name of fighting terrorism. She must have delivered the last warning to stop state staged killing.

    The only thing is holding back USA from carrying out their mission is the nuclear arsenal in the hands of rouge Army.
     
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    Every time Pakis open there mouths all I hear is bitching, moaning and crying.:laugh:

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    The Puppet Govt of Pakistan negotiate with terrorists and 'Separatists' . Other Govts deal govt to govt.
    These clowns from Pak never have balls to talk govt to govt on issues.


    :D
    He accepted that Pakistan has weakness and Negligence. Pak never understands that Kashmir is a bilateral issue.

    Sure....Its UKistan Now!!!

    UK wanted to control the funding feeding Islamization!!! :)

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    Ofcourse he is held accountable by UK for all those funding received.
    Dawn just gave his frustrated India centric blah blahs.
     
  13. blue marlin

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    hi black water
    when ever modi visits a country he always gets a grand reception. in the uk this too will be the case. the uk is home to a very large indian population and both muslims and hindus a like, like mr modi economic policies. he mr modi will want to build relations ships with companies such as rolls royce, bae, gkn,Westland, Thales, and others. i dont know why but mr modi is more leant towards building indigenous defence equipment .
     

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