“No plans of holding bilateral meeting between Pakistan and India,” says FM Bilawal
Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, who is currently attending the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Council of Foreign Ministers Meeting, asserted that Pakistan has no plans of holding any bilateral meeting with India.
FM Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari addressed the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Council of Foreign Ministers meeting in Tashkent and also discussed with the Russian counterpart on the sidelines of the meeting.
On this occasion Bilawal Bhutto said that India is our neighboring country, you can choose many things but not the neighbor, we should get used to of living with our neighbor.
He said that constructive dialogue with India has become difficult after August 2019 as Islamophobic statements of Indian politicians were making dialogues difficult.
FM Bilawal said that both Pakistan and India are part of SCO, both countries are engaged only in the context of broad-based activities of SCO, but there is no plan for any bilateral meeting with India.
“We are trying to find economic opportunities for our people, we are working to promote economic relations with all countries including America,” he added.