Pakistan mentioned relations 'showing improvement' with India

Pakistan mentioned relations 'showing improvement' with India amid the terrorist attack incident in Pathankot.  The neighbouring country said that the foreign secretaries’ level meeting will be held on January 15 to chalk out a plan about the talks to go ahead with the bilateral contact within 6 months.
The foreign affairs adviser to Pakistan PM, Sartaj Aziz said on ‘Radio Pakistan’ that the Pakistan government will concentrate to restore the peace process in Afghanistan, and to strong the process of better relation with India. He said, “the foreign secretaries of both the countries will meet in Islamabad on 15 th January to chalk out a plan to hold the bilateral extensive negotiations next 6 months.”
Aziz added that the talks will have all the issues of Kashmir, Siachen and including water. Talking about peaceful neighborhood policy, he said that it has ultimately benefited us, because the relations are showing improvement with India and Afghanistan. Aziz said, “Not to interfere in the affairs of other countries; peaceful neighborhood; and the revival of economic relation all are the core element of foreign policy of Pakistan.”
Pakistan castigated the terror attack in Pathankot and said that the goodwill maintained during high level contact. The Pakistan will remain stand with its commitment to share with India's fighting against terrorism. After a week of PM Modi’s sudden visit intended to improve the relation with Pakistan and his counterpart Nawaz Sharif, this terror attack took place.
It is noticeable that since both the PMs met in Paris on 30 November last year during climate change conference it gained the momentum in the process of resuming the talks.

After it national security advisors of both the countries met in Bangkok and the foreign minister of India visited Pakistan to participate in the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference.

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