ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi held meeting with a delegation led by Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn on Thursday, ARY News reported.
FM Qureshi has thanked his Luxembourgian counterpart for paying his first visit to Pakistan.
Both leaders also exchanged view of bilateral relations, trade and matters of mutual interests. The foreign ministers of both countries agreed exchange of delegations for enhancing bilateral ties besides cooperation in science, technology and education sectors.
FM Qureshi apprised his counterpart that Pakistan desired longstanding peace establishment in the region and Islamabad exhibited tolerance despite aggressive moves by the New Delhi.
He said that violation of ceasefire line had made from Indian side despite the assurance of investigation into Pulwama incident by Pakistan. Qureshi added that Islamabad has invited India for dialogues on every platform.
The foreign minister detailed said that the Pakistani authorities handed back Indian pilot as a peace gesture. The Luxembourgian foreign minister-led delegation was also apprised over ongoing atrocities against Kashmiris in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Commenting over the Afghan peace project, FM Qureshi said Islamabad maintained the stance for holding dialogues for the solution of Afghanistan issue.
Jean Asselbonr praised positive and effective role of Pakistan for peace establishment in the region.
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