PM Nawaz extended his wishes to the Indian premier today. Whereas yesterday on Pakistan’s Independence Day, Modi extended his felicitations to Pakistanis through Twitter.
The Indian premier in a tweet had also extended his good wishes to Pakistanis.
The exchange between the two leaders comes in the midst of tension between India and Pakistan due to recent skirmishes along the Line of Control.
Earlier in this month, 3 people were killed and at least 22 injured as Indian and Pakistani security forces exchanged fire in across the Working Boundary in Sialkot.
A border ceasefire agreement signed by the neighbours in 2003 has largely held, but both frequently accuse each other of breaching it.
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz will visit New Delhi for security talks on August 23, he said on Thursday, in India’s first attempt in months to restart talks.
“I can confirm that I will be going to India on August 23,” Sartaj Aziz told a news conference.
Aziz had said his visit was “not a breakthrough in terms of composite dialogue and all the issues but at least it is an ice breaking on some issues.. and let’s hope it will lead to further more comprehensive dialogue on the other issues between the two countries”.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, in their meeting at Ufa (Russia) in July, had agreed that a meeting of the National Security Advisers (NSAs) would be convened to “discuss all issues connected to terrorism”.
The 68th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China.
— The Daily Mail - People's Daily