Home » Breaking News, Pakistan News » UN chief calls for improved Pakistan-India ties

UN chief calls for improved Pakistan-India ties

Pak News

Pakistan News : Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Tuesday underscored the need for improving relations between India and Pakistan at a meeting with Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, a UN spokesman said.

The meeting took place on the margins of the High-Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade, “Water for Life.”

“The Secretary-General and the Prime Minister also discussed relations among countries in the region, including Afghanistan and Central Asian countries,” Spokesman Stephane Dujarric told the regular noon briefing in New York.

“The Secretary-General emphasized the need for improved relations between Pakistan and India,” he added.

Asked whether the Kashmir dispute figured in the talks, the spokesman said the two leaders talked about a range of issues between the two neighbours.

“On the issue of countering terrorism, the Secretary-General stressed the importance of addressing root causes,” the spokesman said.

“He (Ban) also asked for Pakistan’s support in adopting and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals,” Dujarric added. APP

Like this story?




More News on EPakistanNews.com

Pakistan News update 24 hours, latest breaking news updates in Pakistan, Pak news, Pakistan Urdu columns, latest news pakistan, political news updates, E Pakistan Newspaper, Karachi News, Karachi Updates, Lahore news, Islamabad news, Multan news and more breaking news, E Pakistan News brings Latest Pakistan News, headline news, pk politics, News online, sports, politics news from Pakistan.


Home - Disclaimer - Follow us on Twitter - Like us on Facebook

Copyright © 2010-2015, E Pakistan News, All rights are reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission are strongly prohibited.
if you need any further assistance please contact us via email epn@epakistannews.com