Pakistan denies use of airspace to Modi for Saudi Arabia visit

The Foreign Office conveyed the message and said its relations with India are dependent on Kashmiris are treated by India. Pakistan reacted with fury, cutting transportation and trade connections and expelling India’s ambassador.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Sunday that Pakistan has denied Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s request to use its airspace.

Pakistan and India war on the kashmir issue where Pakistan says that India is dominating and Occupied Jammu and kashmir.This move aims to show solidarity with the people of Kashmir. Relations between Islamabad and New Delhi have now been strained over India’s decision last month to reverse the standing of its part of the Kashmir area that both countries claim.

It reopened its sky for all civilian visitors in July, ending weeks of constraints which had influenced international routes. He added that the decision was taken to respect the’Day’ being observed across the nation against Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir. PM Modi is scheduled to visit .

Saudi Arabia to fulfill King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud in Riyadh on October 29. Earlier this month, Pakistan also denied use of its airspace to the President Ram Nath Kovind of India. Pakistan also closed its airspace after a suicide bomb attack that prompted dogfights, ratcheted up tensions between the two neighbours and killed dozens of troops in Kashmir to Indian visitors in February. Pakistan and india border 2,912 kilometres where there are having fights since they born

PM Modi is scheduled to visit Saudi Arabia to fulfill King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud in Riyadh on October 29. Earlier this month, Pakistan also denied use of its airspace to the President Ram Nath Kovind of India. Pakistan also closed its airspace after a suicide bomb attack that prompted dogfights, ratcheted up tensions between the two neighbours and killed dozens of troops in Kashmir to Indian visitors in February.

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