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Pakistan became relaxed after G-20, Bilawal said – India tour is necessary


Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari arrived in India earlier this month to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) foreign ministers’ meeting. His visit was widely discussed in both India and Pakistan. But now Bilawal has said about his visit to India that his visit has been very positive and successful for Pakistan.

Addressing a meeting of the Parliament’s Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Bilawal said that it is necessary for Pakistan to present its case and point of view not only to India but also to other SCO partner countries. He said that as far as the Kashmir issue is concerned, the bilateral issues of India and Pakistan and the responsibilities of multilateralism, my conclusion after the visit to India is that the participation in SCO has been positive and successful.

He told the committee that we thought that we should keep the matter of Pakistan not only against India but also against other countries. Please tell that Bilawal had gone to Goa on May 4 to attend the SCO meeting. This was the first visit of Pakistan’s foreign minister to India since 2011.

Pakistan was shocked by the success of G-20

India is presiding over the G-20 this year. These meetings are being held in various states and union territories of the country. Srinagar was also selected among these cities. Pakistan has been completely shaken by this meeting. Regarding these meetings, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the international community has turned a blind eye to ‘India’s brutality’ in Kashmir. Bilawal said that India is misusing its position as the G-20 president by holding a meeting in Kashmir. This is yet another display of India’s arrogance on the world stage.

How has the relationship between the two countries been?

Relations have been strained since both countries gained independence in 1947. Both countries have fought three wars so far. Two of these wars have been fought over Kashmir. Relations between India and Pakistan are quite tense. The last time in 2014, the then Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif came to India to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Since then no Pakistani leader has visited India. However, after this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Pakistan in 2015 to attend the wedding of Nawaz Sharif’s granddaughter Mehrunnisa. Nawaz Sharif’s birthday was also on this day. This visit of Prime Minister Modi happened suddenly.

Relations deteriorated further after the Uri attack in 2016 and the Pulwama attack in 2019. After the Pulwama attack, a war-like situation had arisen between the two countries. Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed that India and Pakistan have come close to nuclear war after this attack.