Indian Foreign Minister S M Krishna, left, shakes hand with his Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar.—AP Photo
Indian Foreign Minister S M Krishna, left, shakes hand with his Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar.—AP Photo

NEW DELHI: Indian Foreign Minster S M Krishna said that Pak-India relations are normalising, however, it is difficult to resolve all the issues that both countries have been facing since the past 60 years in six days or months, DawnNews reported.

Whilst addressing the media representatives, Krishna emphasised on the significance of bilateral dialogues.

On being asked about the violation of rules regarding the intermittent conflict on the line of control, Krishna said that both countries should try to exist as good neighbours.

Krishna, whilst answering a question pertaining to Zabihuddin aka Abu Hamza, said that a strategy will be devised based on the investigation report of Delhi Police.


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