Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
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Pakistan may be in bad shape due to floods and is on the verge of economic poverty, but the fascination of Kashmir by its leaders is not ending. Due to the politics of votes, he sees Kashmir as the biggest issue of the country. Now Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari raised the Kashmir issue again in his New York visit, while more important than this was to appeal to the world community for help to the flood victims of Pakistan. Raising the Kashmir issue, Bhutto even said that he does not see any signs of improvement in Indo-Pak relations.
Bhutto said this during a question-and-answer session after addressing an event of the Council of Foreign Relations in New York. He was asked that what is the possibility of improving relations with India amid the flood situation in Pakistan? Zardari said he does not see any possibility for this at the moment. India has also not offered any help to the flood victims.
We initiated a peaceful environment, India has fundamentally changed
Pakistan Foreign Minister said that as far as my party and my PM’s party are concerned, we have tried to create a peaceful atmosphere with India and we have continuously advocated for dialogue with India, but India has fundamentally changed Is. Zardari is in New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly session. He said that it has become incredibly difficult for Pakistan to engage with India.