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UPDATED: 08:38, December 13, 2005
Pakistan wants India to show flexibility on Kashmir
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Pakistan reiterated on Monday that it was prepared to show flexibility for resolution of the Kashmir dispute and urged India to reciprocate for the sake of durable peace in the region.

"There could be no unilateral flexibility," Foreign Office spokes-person Tasnim Aslam told the weekly news briefing.

She said Pakistan was sincere to take the dialogue process between Pakistan and India forward but progress was possible only if there was flexibility on both sides.

She said that there were no plans to open visa offices in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore and the Indian city of Amritsar following the launching of the bus service between the two cities.

She said that both the countries had high commissions in each other's capitals while consulate generals would start operating from the beginning of next year.

Responding to a question about the Kishan Ganga dam project by India in Kashmir, Aslam said that Pakistan was considering options of seeking to appoint a neutral expert or go to arbitration.

Source: Xinhua


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