President, Jinnah Institute
We welcome Modi to the SAARC Summit, support Sharif in peace moves, but statement should reflect Pakistan’s concerns too. Right now it’s one-sided.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)
Shameful how PM Sharif once again appeased India on terrorism while ignoring Indian state terrorism in Occupied Kashmir & in Pakistan.
Anchor, Channel 24
Modi govt takes a U-turn after 1 year of muscle flexing/Pak-bashing, decides to return to dialogue process. NSA talks on terrorism & ‘all issues’
Anchor, Capital TV
#Ufa joint statement has only one takeaway: Mumbai. everything else is already exists. #VoiceSamples for which there’s no #MLA framework.
Professor, International Relations
Lets not hype #NawazModi meeting. Not every meeting is a historic meeting. If it is, it reflects a sad sad history!
PM Nawaz must follow his Foreign Office instincts in dealing with Modi; Indian Strategists are masters of empty postures of Aman & Shanti…
PM Sharif has taken another large political leap to try to jumpstart regional normalisation. Hope Pakistani hawks will cut him some slack.
Official #Pakistan & #India joint statement: Good to see stuff #TrackII parleys recommend to respective governments.
Ultimately Modi and Nawaz both won the toss. Head said de-escalation and the tail said engagement.
Welcome development. Indian PM Modi accepts invite for first Pakistan visit.
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