Without external help India-Pakistan can solve their tension: Norway
Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg said that India and Pakistan are big countries and they can solve their bilateral tensions themselves without any external help. After inaugurating a new green complex in the Norwegian Embassy in Delhi, she said this while talking to the media.
In response to a question asked to Solberg, keeping Norway's background in resolving conflicts, she said that Norway has done a lot of work in the form of mediator for peaceful settlement of disputes, but his government has a clear policy that Only help when someone asks for help. She said that no outsider (person / country) can bring peace or make changes.
She said that if there is any activity of India and Pakistan for a comprehensive dialogue, then other countries can help but only the partner country of its process negotiations will decide. Norwegian ambassador appointed in India, Nils Ragner Camswagh later in a tweet, clarified that Solberg has not offered to be a mediator between India and Pakistan.
When Solberg was asked whether a military solution was possible in the Kashmir valley, she replied, "I personally do not believe that problems can be resolved in a military manner. I believe in a peaceful solution youth and Womens can play a important role.
Solberg has visited India this morning on a three-day tour. She will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. Solberg referred to the Clean India Mission and said that this campaign was needed to deal with the challenges of sustainable development.
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