Pakistan supposed Thursday it was finalizing particulars for the next round of talks with India in excess of the doubtful Siachen Glacier, a day after the army chief called for the district to be demilitarized.
There have been quite a few rounds of discussions between Delhi and Islamabad on Siachen in current years and Pakistan’s foreign office spokesman Moazzam Ahmad Khan said Thursday that the devices for the next talks were in hand over.
On the other hand, the Foreign Office spokesman stressed out that Pakistan had not tainted it’s position on Siachen, and that there was no course of action change on the topic.
“It is in our mutual interest that we address all the issues in a meaningful and result-oriented manner,” he supposed.
On Wednesday, General Ashfaq Kayani had called for a negotiated end to the quarrel and said the glacier should be demilitarized.
The move was shared from the other side of the border when Indian Minister of State for Defence MM Pallam Raju on Thursday welcomes Kayani’s call for Siachen’s demilitarization, according to Indian media information.
Kayani, talking after visiting the Gayari camp where the Territorial Army says 129 soldiers and 11 civilians were masked by the landslide, hassled the magnitude of “peaceful coexistence” amid India and Pakistan.
“This conflict should be resolved, but how it is resolved, the two countries have to talk about it,” he thought.