Pakistan says wants peace with India, conducts missile test

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Pakistan says wants peace with India, conducts missile test

Pakistan has signalled a willingness to open harmony chats with India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems set to come back to control in New Delhi after the decision procedure is finished. 

Pakistan likewise reported that it has directed a preparation dispatch of a Shaheen II, surface-to-surface ballistic rocket, which it said is fit for conveying ordinary and atomic weapons at a scope of up to 1,500 miles. 

"Shaheen II is an exceedingly able rocket which completely meets Pakistan's key needs towards upkeep of prevention soundness in the area," Pakistan's military said in an explanation that made no immediate notice of its neighbor. 

On Wednesday (May 22), Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmud Qureshi talked quickly with his Indian partner at the sidelines of a gathering of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization part states in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek. 

"We never talk harshly, we need to live like great neighbors and settle our remarkable issues through talks," he said following the gathering. 

Pakistan has likewise kept piece of its airspace shut to global air traffic, upsetting flights to India and different pieces of the district. 

Head administrator Imran Khan has more than once offered to begin chats with India to determine the Kashmir issue, and authorities have said that they trusted the procedure could begin once the decision is closed. 

Khan himself said a month ago he accepted there was more prospect of harmony converses with Indian if Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the race.

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