Pak Says No Reduction In India
Standoff After Blair Visit

Islamabad(AFP) - Military tensions between Pakistan and India have not eased over the past 24 hours, Pakistan said today, after British Prime Minister Tony Blair completed a peace-making mission to South Asia.
Asked if there had been any change in the stand off between the two countries, Foreign Ministry spokesman Aziz Ahmed Khan said: "For the moment no".
However, he stressed that Pakistan would not stop trying to bring India to the negotiating table to discuss their differences.
"That does not mean we should be discouraged and give up our efforts of reducing tension and of moving to a resolution of all disputes through peaceful means," he told reporters.
"We remain steadfast in our resolve that all issues between Pakistan and India including the issues of Jammu and Kashmir should be resolved through bilateral talks through negotiations," Khan said.

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