Sartaj Aziz said dialogue between Pakistan and India shouldn’t have been suspended after the Pathankot attack.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s adviser on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz Friday claimed that India is delaying on holding talks with the country by giving “one excuse or other”.
Stating that Pakistan’s priority is to have improved relations with neighbours, including India, Aziz said that the two countries economic goals cannot be achieved without talks and “it takes two to achieve that objective”.
Aziz said dialogue between Pakistan and India shouldn’t have been suspended after the Pathankot attack.
“January 1 Pathankot happened and the whole thing (dialogue) got suspended. I don’t see why such incidents should suspend the dialogue,” Aziz said.
He also that it was “hardly an excuse” to suspend talks over the Pakistan High Commissioner meeting Kashmiri separatists last year.
“In one excuse or other, they (India) delay di…