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It’s time to end hostility, Krishna tells Pakistan

NEW DELHI: Indian Minister for External Affairs S M Krishna said on Sunday that Pakistan’s posture of “compulsive hostility” will not help a serious and sustained dialogue between the two countries. In an interview, Krishna said New Delhi would “walked the extra mile in reaching out” to its neighbours “We earnestly hope that our neighbour would see the merit in constructive engagement and discard the posture of compulsive hostility”, he said.
The External Affairs Minister said, “Our only expectation from Pakistan is to dismantle the terror infrastructure that operates from the territories under its control. A serious and sustained dialogue can thrive only in a peaceful and terror free climate.” Krishna said that terrorism, whether state-sponsored or not, has no place in today’s world and needs to be rooted out through concerted efforts of each and everyone. -Agencies


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