Pakistan's Prime Minister, Imran Khan, said that his nation is no longer interested in a dialogue with India. "There's no point in speaking to them. I mean, I have completed all the talking. Unfortunately, now that I'm looking back, all the openings I have been making for peace and dialogue". "There is nothing more that we can do," said Khan in an interview published in the New York Times.
This arises after numerous rulers around the globe have asked Pakistan to engage bilaterally with India to put an end to the tensions that escalated following India's decision to reorganize the Jammu and Kashmir states. India has constantly made it clear that talks with Pakistan are only feasible after Islamabad stops sponsoring terror.