Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said in a reply letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's greeting that his country also wants peaceful and cooperation-based relations with all its neighbors, including India.
Imran Khan wrote a letter to Modi on Monday, saying that resolving all outstanding matters between the two countries is necessary for lasting peace and stability in South Asia. He specifically referred to the dispute in Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistan PM tells about enabling a peaceful environment. Source: Navbharat Times
In the letter, Imran Khan thanked him for the good wishes given to him on Pakistan Day (23 March). On March 23, 1940, the Muslim League passed a resolution establishing Pakistan. They celebrated it as Pakistan Day in the neighboring country.
Prime Minister Modi in his letter to Imran Khan said that the necessary condition for friendly relations between the two countries is to create an atmosphere of trust devoid of terrorism and hostility. Modi had encouraged the leaders of Pakistan and the people there to emerge from the Corona epidemic.
Imran Khan replied to the Prime Minister's letter on Monday. He wrote in the letter that Pakistan Day is an opportunity to express gratitude for the wisdom and foresight of the founders of this country. His efforts led to the creation of a sovereign country where people could use their capabilities with independence.
The letter sent to PM Modi from Pakistan PM Imran Khan. Source: Zee News
Imran Khan said that a conducive environment is necessary for negotiations to reach positive and definite conclusions.
It is noteworthy that in recent times there has been some decrease in tension between the two countries. In the meeting of the Director-General of Military Action of both countries, they decided to make the ceasefire fully effective. A few days ago, Imran Khan said that the first step is to take India to improve bilateral relations.