Hindustan Surkhiyan Desk:India and Pakistan should iron out their differences and should press for peace and stability in the region, just like how Korean leaders Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un agreed to make peace in the just concluded historic inter-Korean summit.
According to an editorial by Pakistan’s Daily Times, it praised the two Korean leaders for holding the summit after 11 years, adding that both countries agreed for “complete denuclearisation” of the Korean Peninsula and other issues to be sorted out, in an effort to improve inter-Korean relations.
The editorial questioned that when will the leadership of both India and Pakistan would take a stand to achieve long-lasting peace.
“When will the Indo-Pak leadership demonstrate the required maturity to break this impasse that has endured for 70 bleak years? It is in their respective national and regional interests to do so. Certainly, the peoples of both sides would benefit enormously. For truly normalising ties is no less pressing than the Korea question,” the editorial by the Pakistani Daily said.
It also said that while the responsibility of ensuring peace rests with Islamabad and New Delhi, the international community should come forward to support the two arch-rivals.
The editorial further noted that the leaderships of the two countries should keep their differences aside and talk on peace in people’s interests. (ANI)