STATEMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY IN CONNECTION WITH THE AGGRAVATING SITUATION ALONG THE LINE OF CONTROL BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN

Friday, 30 September 2016 14:14

We are concerned with the aggravation lately of the situation along the line of control between India and Pakistan.

We are calling on the parties not to allow any escalation of tension and to settle the existing problems by political and diplomatic means through negotiations.

We stand for decisive struggle against terrorism in all its manifestations.

We expect that the Government of Pakistan should take effective steps in order to stop the activities of terrorist groups in the territory of the country.

Moscow, Sept. 30, 2016 19:15 IST (16:45 Moscow Time)

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