Saudi Arabia urges Indo-Pak talks to resolve issues

Saudi Arabia has urged India and Pakistan to resolve all outstanding issues including Kashmir. The Pakistan Foreign Office has issued a joint statement after a high-level dialogue between Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman of Saudi Arabia. Imran is currently traveling to Saudi Arabia. To ensure peace and stability in the region, both sides emphasized the importance of resolving outstanding issues, including Kashmir, between India and Pakistan through dialogue, the joint statement said. Crown Prince Control

The recently agreed agreement between the military officials of India and Pakistan for a ceasefire along the line has also been welcomed. The ceasefire is based on a 2003 agreement between India and Pakistan. Let us tell that on 25 February, India and Pakistan announced that they are ready to strictly abide by all the agreements related to the ceasefire along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

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