Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Sunday that the Narendra Modi government have put Kashmir on the agendas of international forums – a development always avoided by the previous Indian governments.
Qureshi, in Geo News’ transmission ‘Jang Nahi Amn’, said that the United States, United Kingdom, European Union, Russia, China and Turkey want to deescalate the border tensions between Pakistan and India.
“A small section of the Indian government for their political ambitions desire to put the region in war,” he said.
Qureshi said that Saudi Foreign Minister will visit Pakistan after his visit to India – but added that there are reports emerging that his visit has been postponed till indefinite period.
“The Saudi foreign minister wants to put his role in de-escalating the situation. We are ready for it, but we believe that the resolution of Kashmir is necessary for prolonged peace in the region,” he said.