No meeting scheduled for Nawaz and Modi at UNGA
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India have no plan to meet at the upcoming United Nations (UN) General Assembly, the Pakistani foreign office said on Thursday, scotching speculation that the leaders of the two nations might seek the opportunity to improve rocky ties.Both Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi are due to stay at the same hotel in New York during the meeting of world leaders this month, leading some media to speculate the two would meet.But Foreign Ministry spokesman Qazi Khalilullah denied those reports. “No proposal is on the table for the meeting of the two PMs,” he told.
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