PRAGUE: Czech Republic’s speaker of the parliament, Radek Vondracek, through a meeting with the Pakistan’s Ambassador to Czech Republic, Mohammad Khalid Jamali, stated that India and Pakistan should get a peaceful solution for the Kashmir dispute.
Vondracek expressed pride within the diplomatic friendly and cooperative relations between both nations.
Pakistan’s ambassador advised the Czech parliament’s speaker of the present scenario in India-occupied Kashmir since August 5, 2019 along with also the illegal and unilateral steps taken by India to alter the people’s demographics in the area.
Vondracek called on India and Pakistan to participate in conversation for a peaceful and political solution to the Kashmir dispute, in accord with the aspirations of the Kashmiri people, that’s the only method to solve the long-running dispute that’s destabilising.
The ambassador also briefed Vondracek on Pakistan’s sincere efforts to bring peace and stability to Afghanistan.
“The registering of this US-Taliban peace arrangement gives a historic chance that the Afghan leadership needs to take,” he explained.
The ambassador warned that the”spoilers” doesn’t need stability and peace to go back to Afghanistan and the area.
The Czech Parliament’s president praised Pakistan’s efforts and worried its own significant function in bringing peace and stability to Afghanistan, trusting that peace and stability return to the nation shortly.
He implied that the Czech Republic and Pakistan collaborate in the fields of nanotechnology, clean energy, and green energy.
He cautioned that high speed visits in the governmental level and involving the two parliaments can play an significant role in promoting investment and trade.
The President of the Czech Parliament reported he would expand the invitation to the speaker of Pakistan to cover a trip to the Czech Republic.