Nawaz Sharif Visits to Modi's Swearing-in Ceremony

PM Nawaz Sharif Shakes Hands With Modi
On his initial formal day as India’s PM, Narendra Modi met Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Modi said the both countries could “proceed quickly” to enhance business connections while asking Pakistan to avoid its territory from being used for terrorism against India, Sujatha Singh, the leading official in India’s foreign ministry, told journalists in New Delhi today. Modi approved invitations to go to Pakistan and other countries in the region, she said.

“We want peace and friendly relationships with Pakistan,” Singh said. “On the other hand, for such relations commence, it’s important that terror and violence is brought to a finish.”

In an unmatched move, PM Nawaz Sharif yesterday went to Modi’s swearing-in ceremony along with other politicians of the South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation. Modi’s party this month won a parliamentary vast majority for the 1st time in 30 years.

Boundary issues and terrorist attacks have weakened efforts to carry peace and enhance commerce between India and Pakistan, which have a combined population of over 1.4 billion.

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