Dialogue only way forward to resolve all issues between Pakistan, India: Basit
Pakistan's High Commissioner to India says Jadhav confessed all wrongdoings.
Pakistan's High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit says dialogue between Pakistan and India is the only way to move forward for resolution of long-standing issues.
In an interview with an Indian TV Channel, the high commissioner said the issues between the two countries could only be resolved through talks.
To a question on if Pakistan was making effort to have any dialogue with Indian prime minister in Astana next week,
Abdul Basit said Pakistan believed in dialogue.
About Indian spy Kalbhushan Jadhav, the high commissioner said he had been convicted for espionage and appeal was submitted to appellate court on his behalf.
He said commander Jadhav had confessed all wrongdoings and Pakistan was confident that he had been involved in subversive activities.
About Arab-led Islamic military alliance, he said Pakistan's effort would be to become a bridge between Saudi Arabia and Iran.