Pakistan ready to welcome Sikh pilgrims despite tensions: FM Qureshi

ISLAMABAD: Despite the increasing tensions with India, Pakistan is ready to welcome the Sikh pilgrims by opening the Kartarpur Corridor for the 550th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak, announced the Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

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While addressing the delegation of civil society and parliamentarians of Afghanistan, currently visiting Pakistan for the ‘Track-II dialogue, Beyond Boundaries’, the foreign minister stated that regardless of the current tensions, Islamabad’s relationship with Kabul will not be affected.

To continue peaceful neighbourly relations and co-existence with Afghanistan, the Foreign Minister announced to carry out trade as it is with Afghanistan.

Furthermore, Foreign Minister Qureshi invited the foreign ministers of Afghanistan and China for a trilateral meeting. It was announced that the Foreign Minister will come to Pakistan in the first week of September for the talks.

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