ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit has said that no solution to Kashmir dispute is sustainable unless it is in sync with aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
In a statement, he said that after three years in India, he has concluded that talks and pre-conditions cannot go together.
“We need uninterrupted dialogue. Our position is very clear, we cannot engage without substantive discussions on Jammu and Kashmir,” Abdul Basit was quoted as saying on an Indian twitter page.
Abdul Basit said that over 200,000 Kashmiris attended Burhan Wani’s funeral as they calls him a martyr which is unprecedented.
Talking about Afghanistan, the High Commissioner said that Pakistan is doing its best for peace in Afghanistan and will keep doing that because it is in its best interest.