Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi says that Pakistan is ready to hold conditional dialogue with India on all issues. But provided that New Delhi agrees to ease tensions in Indian occupied Kashmir. He made the offer while talking to the BBC. Moreover, he emphasizes that Pakistan always welcomed dialogue with India.
He said, Pakistan has never refused to negotiate, but India has never created the right atmosphere needed for dialogue. FM Qureshi also asserts that bilateral talks with India hinged on Delhi ending curfew in IoK, restoring human rights, and releasing detained Kashmiri leaders.
Furthermore, Shah Mehmood Qureshi discusses about Pakistan’s relations with the Gulf countries, other Muslim nations, and the US in this interview. He also praise the role Pakistani allies have played to highlight the Kashmir cause on the international stage.