Kashmiris will decide the fate of Kashmir, says Qureshi29 June 2010
MULTAN: Speaking to media representatives in Multan on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said the Kashmir issue would be resolved according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people. Regarding the possibility of a civil nuclear agreement between Pakistan and China, Qureshi said no one had any objection on the matter. Qureshi expressed that terrorism was not only Pakistan and India's concern but also of the world at large. He said the menace could not be eradiated through blame games and joint efforts and strategies were vital for its elimination. He said Pakistan was herself a victim of terrorism and now the international community had realised the sacrifices given by the country in the fight against terror. On the issue of water, he said if things did not resolve by India and Pakistan's bi-lateral negotiations then the issue would be raised before a third party. To a question regarding the possibility of mid-term elections, Qureshi said the country's political climate was calm and currently there were no chances of polls.