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Trump would deserve Nobel prize if he resolves Kashmir dispute, says Sartaj Aziz

Adviser to top minister on overseas affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday stated United States (US) president-elect Donald Trump would deserve Nobel prize if he intervenes and succeeds in resolving the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan.

“Trump would deserve Nobel prize if he is helping get to the bottom of Kashmir dispute,” he stated on a lighter observe whilst responding to a query relating to Trump’s be offering to mediate between Pakistan and India.

Aziz indicated that Pakistan will welcome one of these intervention through the United States president-elect Donald Trump.

America president-elect, in an interview with an Indian newspaper in October, had stated that he would be happy to mediate between Pakistan and India.

“Smartly, I would love to peer Pakistan and India get alongside, as a result of that’s an overly, very popular tinderbox. That would be an overly great point. I am hoping they may be able to do it,” stated Trump.

Pakistan to take part in Center of Asia Convention in India

Sartaj Aziz, whilst speaking to media in Islamabad, additionally published that Pakistan will take part within the Center of Asia Convention scheduled to be held in India on December three, 2016.

“In contrast to India, that had sabotaged Saarc summit in Pakistan by way of pulling out, Pakistan will reply through taking part within the Center of Asia being held in Amritsar, India, on December three,” showed Aziz.

The adviser stated he himself will take part within the convention and won’t repeat India’s blunder the place it boycotted Saarc summit in November.

Aziz, then again, stated it has now not been showed but whether or not he will meet his Indian counterpart at the sidelines of the convention or now not.

“Although Indian forces killed our seven squaddies alongside Line of Regulate on Monday, Pakistan won’t boycott the convention,” Aziz maintained.

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