New Delhi, Nov. 30 : With Prime Minister Narendra Modi shaking hands and meeting his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the Paris climate conference, defence expert Rahul Jalali on Monday said that this meeting suggests that both governments were moving towards having some kind of talks in the future.
“I think it is quite important and interesting because if you remember both of them travelling to Paris, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had said that he was willing to meet India provided there are no preconditions. There are no conditions and this meeting suggests that we are moving towards some kinds of talks in the future,” Jalali told ANI.
“I think the main agenda would be India’s insistence that terrorism has to on the table, probably if that happens there should be no barricades to the talks,” he added.
Prime Minister Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif were seen shaking hands on the sidelines of the summit where 150 heads of states and governments will make three-minute speeches each, offering their political support to the negotiations that are expected to deliver a landmark global agreement on climate change. (ANI)