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Here we go again : Pakistan's " India not talking" song begins once again.

Discussion in 'International Relations' started by BlueOval, Oct 29, 2010.

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  1. BlueOval

    BlueOval Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    ‘Delhi not serious about dialogue resumption’

    Pakistan accused India on Thursday of not being serious about the resumption of the peace process between the two neighbours and sought US intervention to help resolve issues in the subcontinent ahead of President Barack Obama’s crucial trip to New Delhi.
    “We have no concerns regarding President Obama’s visit to India. We hope his visit will help bring peace in the region,†said Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit at a weekly news briefing.

    His remarks coincide with the statement of new US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter, who disclosed that President Obama will bring a message of peace for the region during his upcoming visit to India. Munter told the state-run Radio Pakistan that President Obama, who is scheduled to arrive in India on November 6, will tell the Indian leadership that Islamabad and New Delhi can find solutions to their problems by working together.

    At the recently concluded strategic dialogue in Washington, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi urged President Obama to take up the Kashmir dispute with the Indian leadership during his visit to New Delhi. “His coming visit to the region is the time to begin to redeem the pledge, that he made earlier,†Qureshi said.

    During his election campaign, President Obama promised to appoint a special representative on Kashmir if voted to power. But he backtracked on his words when he named Richard Holbrooke as his special envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan. Obama excluded India after New Delhi opposed the idea of being bracketed with Pakistan and Afghanistan.

    “We hope during his visit President Obama would take up issues which are central to ensuring peace in the region,†said the Foreign Office spokesman.

    ?Delhi not serious about dialogue resumption? – The Express Tribune
     
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    Dilemma Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    The way Qureshi talks makes me LOL.
    Indo-Pak talks is a play gone wrong.
     
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    This is the funniest thing I have seen in a long time :lol: :lol:
     
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    BlueOval Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    Pak FO launches diatribe over “ISI-obsessed India’s rhetoric and blame game”

    Pakistan has once again blamed India for playing a blame game over their bilateral disputes, including Jammu and Kashmir.

    Commenting on Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's statement in which he expressed New Delhi's readiness for dialogue with Islamabad to resolve all bilateral issues, Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesman Abdul Basit alleged that there was a marked difference between what "the Indians say and what they do," the Daily Times reported.

    "Had not this been the case the two countries would have been able to normalise relations by settling bilateral disputes, including Jammu and Kashmir," he stated, adding that he hoped New Delhi would "bridge the gap" between its words and deeds.

    Addressing the weekly briefing at the Foreign Office, Basit went on to say, "Dialogue doesn't mean that we sit across the table and reiterate our respective positions. Pakistan wants a meaningful and result-oriented dialogue process and it will welcome if India moves beyond its rhetoric and blame game, but there is nothing on the ground to inspire hope."

    The spokesman also said that Indian armed forces had been killing innocent people in the Kashmir valley.

    Regarding the Indian Defence Minister's remarks about the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) and its involvement in different incidents in India, Basit said, "Unfortunately India seems to be obsessed with the ISI and loses its capacity to be objective."

    India should shun its tendency of accusing the ISI for all its problems, including the Naxalite insurgency, which is spread over a large number of Indian districts, he added.

    Pak FO launches diatribe over ?ISI-obsessed India?s rhetoric and blame game? | TopNews
     
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    DaRk KnIght Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    There is absolutely no need to resume talks unless Pak extradite Mumbai traitors.

    BTW Whats the use of having friendship with a country whose INCEPTION is based on anything but India??
     
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