Flexiblity must for peace in Kashmir : FO
ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office has said Pakistan’s willingness to be flexible in the search for a Kashmir solution does not mean it has withdrawn from its original position on the dispute with India.
However, both India and Pakistan have to explore alternatives to their stated positions in order to end the violence in Kashmir, FO spokesman Masood Khan told a private television channel. It had been 57 years now that the Kashmir dispute remained unsettled with both India and Pakistan sticking to their declared positions.
Khan said any solution must be acceptable to Pakistan, India and the Kashmiri people. President Pervez Musharraf believed the peace process could only move forward if both sides were sincere, flexible and bold. The international community supported and encouraged the talks between Islamabad and New Delhi. app