Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has proposed Foreign Ministerial level Pakistan-India talks to sort out tension along Line of Control.

In a statement in New York‚ she said that continued tension along LoC is not in the interest of peace and stability in South Asia.

She said Pakistan is disappointed at the continued negative statements emanating from India both from the media and certain Indian leaders.

She said Pakistan has observed a measured and deliberate self-restraint in public statements on India in the best interest of peace in the region.

She said we have worked energetically to keep the dialogue process moving forward in a sustained and constructive manner.

The Foreign Minister said Pakistan has gone out of way to build constructive relationship with India.

Later‚ in an interview with CNN‚ the Foreign Minister said that peace in Afghanistan is in Pakistan’s best interest.

She urged Afghanistan to avoid blame game.

She said thousands of Pakistani civilians and armed forces personnel have rendered sacrifices in war against terrorism. She said Pakistan has taken numerous effective measures against terrorism.

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