NEW DELHI: Describing the brief assembly among Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the United Nations Conference on Local weather Change in Paris as a positive improvement, Communist Party of India (CPI) chief D. Raja on Saturday mentioned the bilateral problems between the two Asian neighbours could be solved only via mutual talks and comprehension.
“It is quite constructive that Primary Minister Modi achieved Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Now, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj would travel and it is great. India and Pakistan are neighbours and we have to normalise our relations. We can not be in everlasting perpetual conflict, hostility and we need to boost our relations,” Raja instructed ANI below.
“We ought to promote people to folks contact and our bilateral issues want to be solved by way of mutual talks, knowing and mutual have confidence in. I think it is good and I hope the Federal government of India will have forward the process. Pakistan will reciprocate and will also carry forward this procedure of dialogue in the coming days,” he additional.
The two Prime Ministers met briefly in Paris on November 30. Both leaders warmly held hands just before sitting down for a chat amidst frosty ties in between the two neighbouring nations.
The duo had earlier achieved in Russian city of Ufa and agreed that their Countrywide Safety Advisors would meet up with.
Pakistan has formally invited Exterior Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to attend the ‘Heart of Asia’ Conference to be held in Islamabad on December eight. Nonetheless, there is no formal confirmation from the India aspect in this regard.