India – Pakistan Destroy Anti-Terrorism Mission

During the major breakthrough in the major conferences held in Havana by India and Pakistan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf decided during the non-aligned summit The establishment of institutional mechanisms to combat terrorism. India and Pakistan, after agreeing to establish a network of anti-terrorist institutions, are a historic opportunity to address this critical issue of terrorism and to smash the terrorist network.

At the end of a one-to-one negotiation without an assistant, it is described as "cordial, frank and detailed". Both countries have agreed to the anti-terrorism mechanism to identify and implement anti-terrorist operations and investigations, which were announced in a joint statement issued by Dr. Singh and General Musharraf at a press conference.

The statement strongly condemns the bombings of Mumbai and Malaga and issued a strong statement against terrorism, claiming that "the two countries strongly condemned all acts of terrorism and agreed that terrorism was a scourge and needed to be dealt with effectively".

Pakistan's direct and frank recognition that not only the establishment of a transboundary terrorist network but also the need for heavy means of destruction is a direct acknowledgment that Pakistan is not in its territory and that the terrorist network that crosses the Indian border must Joint Strike. This is a major development, and Pakistan has for the first time accepted a solution to all India-related issues that must be done in the field of terrorism, and this requires the help of India.

In addition, it was agreed that the "earliest" foreign minister would resume dialogue immediately. It is important to recognize that the peace process must be maintained and that its success is important not only for the bright and prosperous future of the entire South Asian region.

Both leaders reaffirmed their commitment and determination to fulfill the joint statement of January 6, 2004, September 24, 2004, April 18, 2004 and September 14, 2004, by India and Pakistan. The honor made by the President of Pakistan to comply with the joint statement of the 2004 and 2005 Joint Statement shows that Pakistan's acceptance of these declarations is an international anti-terrorism agreement that requires compliance

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In terms of both Jammu and Kashmir, the two countries decided to continue to "seek mutually acceptable peace talks to resolve the problems between India and Pakistan, including the problems of Jammu and Kashmir, in a sincere and purposeful way." "With regard to the" useful discussion "of Jammu and Kashmir, the joint statement goes on to say:" There is a need to strengthen integration and narrow the differences. " This is a very important and healthy development. Pakistan's first acceptance of Jammu and Kashmir is not a "problem" or a "core issue", but one of the most important issues that requires not only urgent attention but also the need to consider To each other's concerns and emotions, to solve. This is what Pakistan has changed from its earlier position to Kashmir as a core issue.

General Musharraf, speaking on 15 September 2006 to the Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, said that "for the bilateral issue of India and Pakistan," there is a historic opportunity that must be characterized by leadership between the two countries Countries are closely integrated with tensions and conflicts in the region. The most important thing is to respond to the major challenges of the region by ensuring poverty alleviation, universal education, better health and a higher standard of living. Our people India and Pakistan The three-year peace process has led to confidence in bilateral relations to build and improve the environment, and Pakistan is making sincere efforts to promote peace and cooperation in South Asia .. We are determined to pursue the peace process, and India's prominent issues include the Jammu and Kashmir dispute. Dr. Gusharraf also accepted the re-invitation of General Musharraf, a visit to Pakistan for the f mixed

The two leaders through the news statement instructed the Foreign Minister as follows: The Foreign Minister will soon meet in New Delhi to continue the comprehensive dialogue. Arrange the consultation and solve the Siachen problem as soon as possible. "The experts should meet immediately and coordinate the co-ordination of Sir Creek and the neighboring areas without prejudice to their position on this issue, and the investigation report should remain in November 2006." The experts will begin discussions on the maritime boundary. "The Parties will assist in the implementation of the agreed agreements and understandings on CBM-related CBM (including bus services, border crossing and trucking services).

Pakistan directly acknowledges that taking into account the position of each country on this issue, the coordinates of the joint investigation of the Sir Creek area are important because Pakistan accepted India's position for the first time Sir Creek

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The members of the delegation took a couple of hours of discussions, including the Indian national security adviser MK Narayanan and the foreign secretary designer Shivshankar Menon conducted a well-formed joint statement. Pakistani National Security Council Secretary Tariq Aziz, Pakistani Foreign Minister Kasuri Foreign Minister and Foreign Minister Khan came here in Pakistan.

When the Indian media asked whether the new agreement had broken, General Musharraf said, "Yes, that's good.He is happy with the income, but he refuses to discuss in detail,

Before the one-on-one meeting of the leaders of the two countries, both sides were accompanied by a brief delegation of their respective delegations, and the two sides were not allowed to do so. The delegation of India includes Mr. Narayanan, Minister of Foreign Affairs Anand Sharma, Mr. Shivshankar Menon and media adviser, Prime Minister Sanjaya Baru. Pakistan includes Mr. Kasuri, Mr. Liaz Khan and Secretary of State Marik.

Indian officials were later satisfied with the outcome of the meeting, stating that "all major issues, including the development of terrorism, are in the process of making a final reference in the negotiations, referring to the fact that terrorism and the mechanism of joint boycott are consistent with the position of the Prime Minister, Terrorism is legally guaranteed to carry Indian public opinion with him. At the same time, the resumption of diplomatic ministerial dialogue to resolve the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, Xichen and Selkrik expressed satisfaction with the Palestinian side.

Pakistan's former President Mushala He called on the Non-Aligned Movement to focus its efforts on a just and equitable solution to international conflicts and disputes and to establish a purposeful mechanism, and he called on the Non-Aligned Movement to develop a comprehensive strategy for combating terrorism, which should be enacted to combat and eliminate all forms and manifestations The comprehensive strategy for terrorism requires a two-pronged approach: first, through active international cooperation in the fight against terrorist areas [And]followed by addressing the causes of terrorism, including political disputes and conflicts, economic and social injustice extremism "

In his statement at the Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, Dr. Singh said: "If the Non-Aligned Movement is relevant in today's circumstances, then we can not oppose the issue of terrorism. The desire to eliminate the scourge of terrorism, he further said: intolerance and extremist forces can not distract the world from the concerns of important issues such as poverty, ignorance and disease.

The most important exit of the Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement is the border meeting between India and Pakistan, where many innocent lives have been lost after a series of bombings and terrorist attacks in various parts of India. This broke the atmosphere of India and Pakistan, the first to promote the process of peaceful dialogue is very important. The important meeting of the heads of state of Pakistan is no better, and for the first time, Pakistan has taken a major and bold stance on the various issues of the Indian-Palestinian diplomatic basin. India has also shown flexibility on various issues such as Kashmir. If you are moving in the right direction from now on, then India's history may be a turning point. One can expect a new dawn of South Asia. A. peace and prosperity throughout the region.

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