India, Pakistan will inevitably return to talks, says Kasuri


Calling India and Pakistan’s recent spat at the United Nations a “tit for tat,” former Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri said both sides would inevitably return to talks. Speaking to The Hindu in Delhi, Mr. Kasuri said the recent attempts at the UNGA by Pakistan to raise the Kashmir issue internationally, as well as the Indian government’s push to highlight human rights abuses in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir were “irrelevant,” and the final settlement of Kashmir would mirror the current ground position.