Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has informed the BBC that peace with India over the disputed territory of Kashmir could be “super” for the broader area.
Mr Khan, a former cricketer who grew to become chief eight months in the past, mentioned the nuclear-armed neighbours may solely settle their variations with dialogue.
The feedback come as India prepares to vote in a basic election, weeks after an upsurge of violence in Kashmir.
A suicide assault in opposition to Indian forces triggered cross-border air strikes.
Requested what message he needed to ship to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his nation, Mr Khan informed the BBC’s John Simpson that the Kashmir situation “needs to be settled” and “can not preserve boiling like it’s”.
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