Without border management, there won’t be peace in FATA: Sartaj Aziz
ISLAMABAD: Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz expressed on Tuesday that peace would not win in FATA till outskirt administration was not done.
Sartaj Aziz additionally said that outskirt administration with Afghanistan was important. He went ahead to say that Pakistan had no top picks in Afghanistan and that it entirely took after a strategy of non-impedance with respect to its neighbor.
“Pakistan is a piece of the KASA 1000, TAPI gas pipeline and the Pak-Iran gas pipeline. We are a piece of such a large number of tasks, it is a win. How are we confined?” he said.
Sartaj Aziz additionally said that Pakistan was in regards to wind up an individual from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which would mitigate the nation’s political status.
On the issue of Modi, Sartaj said that Pakistan was not concerned with respect to the Indian Premier’s visit to Islamic nations. He accentuated that Pakistan’s relations with Muslim nations depended on religious, social and verifiable terms. Sartaj expressed that he had spoken to Pakistan in OIC and different associations before.
Sartaj Aziz asserted that Pakistan had effectively ceased India’s entrance into the Nuclear Suppliers Group. As to position, Aziz said that he had never felt his assignment was little.