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India alone cannot walk the path of peace, says Prime Minister Modi


New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said Pakistan should walk away from the path of terrorism if it wants to sit for dialogue with India.

“My vision for our neighbourhood puts premium on peaceful and harmonious ties with entire South Asia. That vision had led me to invite leaders of all SAARC nations, including Pakistan, for my swearing in. For this vision, I had also travelled to Lahore,” Modi said.

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“But, India alone cannot walk the path of peace. It also has to be Pakistan’s journey to make. Pakistan must walk away from terror if it wants to walk towards dialogue with India,” the Prime Minister said while addressing at the opening session of the Second Raisina Dialogue here.

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Speaking on India’s ties with China, the Prime Minister said: “In our engagement with China, as President Xi and I agreed, we have sought to tap the vast area of commercial and business opportunities in the relationship. I see the development of India and China as an unprecedented opportunity, for our two countries and for the whole world.”

“At the same time, it is not unnatural for two large neighbouring powers to have some differences. In the management of our relationship, and for peace and progress in the region, both our countries need to show sensitivity and respect for each other’s core concerns and interests,” he said.


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