No compromise will be made on Kashmir issue: Foreign Ministry Spokesperson

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ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has restated its historical stance on Kashmir that there will be no compromise on Kashmir whatsoever. No one should expect such a thing.

Foreign Office’s spokesperson said in the foreign office weekly media briefing that opening of the Kartarpur Sahab Corridor does not mean that the Kashmir issue has gone on the back burner.

Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. M. Faisal restated Pakistan’s stance that there will be no compromise on the Kashmir issue.

Talking more about the Kartarpur Sahab Corridor, Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. M. Faisal has said that the Kararpur Sahab Corridor will be completed before November of the next year.

Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. M. Faisal has also said that Pakistan wants a peaceful solution of all the issues with India including Kashmir and Sir Creak. (A coastal area boarder dispute that Pakistan and India have.)

Opening of the Kartarpur Sahab Corridor does not mean that the Kashmir issue has gone on the back burner, says the Foreign Office’s spokesperson said in the foreign office weekly media briefing that

Talking about Pakistan’s foreign policy in regards to Afghanistan,¬†Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. M. Faisal said that Pakistan sincerely believes in furthering the peace initiative in the recent Afghan Peace Process.

Despite the efforts of government to mend ties with India, it is still affirmative about its stance on Kashmir where revelry the Foreign Ministry spokesman said that no comprise will be made on the resolution of Kashmir issue