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logue process”.

Terming Kash­mir a core is­sue, he said the mat­ter of the oc­cu­pied land should be re­solved in line with wishes of Kash­miris, and the res­o­lu­tion of United Na­tions Se­cu­rity Coun­cil (UNSC).

The for­eign sec­re­tary said there was an agree­ment be­tween both sides that peo­ple-to-peo­ple con­tact should re­main intact ir­re­spec­tive of the sit­u­a­tion, ad­ding a con­sen­sus was reached to keep work­ing on hu­man­i­tar­ian is­sues.

Speak­ing about the Afghan peace process, Aizaz said Pak­istan mes­sage was clear to the mil­i­tants in­side Afghanistan: stop vi­o­lence.

“We strongly con­demn the Kabul attack and will not ac­cept such vi­o­lent tac­tics. We urge all mil­i­tant groups to shun vi­o­lence and re­turn to ne­go­ti­at­ing ta­ble,” the for­eign sec­re­tary said.

IS­LAM­ABAD: In­te­rior Min­is­ter Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan shak­ing hands with Sir Mark Lyall-Grant, Bri­tish Na­tional Se­cu­rity Ad­viser, at his of­fice.—APP

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