During the telephone call, the Pakistan’s Prime Minister expressed “the desire for the two countries to work together to bring better things to the people of the two countries.”
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said on May 26 the country’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan, called his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi to congratulate the victory of Modi and his party in the last Indian election. expressed hope of cooperation between these two neighbors.
This is the first conversation between the two leaders since the relationship between the two countries has intensified in February last year.
According to a statement by the Pakistani Foreign Ministry, during the telephone call, Khan expressed “the desire for the two countries to work together to bring better things to the people of the two countries.”
Emphasizing the aspirations of peace, progress and prosperity in South Asia, Khan said he hoped to coordinate with Mr Modi to promote these goals.
The Indian Foreign Ministry also confirmed that Pakistan’s Prime Minister had called to congratulate Prime Minister Modi and the two sides discussed with each other on the issue of fighting poverty.
The statement by the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Prime Minister Modi stressed that “building trust and a non-violent environment is essential to promoting cooperation for peace, progress and prosperity in the region.” our area. ”
Tensions between India and Pakistan erupted after a February 14 attack on a military convoy in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir, controlled by Indian Kashmir, killing 44 Indian soldiers. network. This is one of the most bloody attacks on Indian government forces.
Tensions increase with unresponsive incidents that repel each other across the border in Kashmir – a Muslim-majority territory inhabiting and divided into two parts managed by India and Pakistan, but both countries all receive sovereignty over the entire area.