China again urges Pakistan, India to ‘exercise restraint’, seek dialogue

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Updated: Feb 27, 2019 4:50 PM

"We hope that both India and Pakistan can exercise restraint, take initiatives that are conducive to promoting dialogue, meet halfway and make active efforts for lasting peace and stability in South Asia," foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said.

china, india Pakistan tensions, pakistan, india, islamabad, south asia, jammu and kashmirChina foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang (Photo source: Reuters)

China called on Pakistan and India on Wednesday to “exercise restraint” and seek dialogue after Islamabad claimed it shot down one Indian warplanes in its airspace over disputed Kashmir.

“We hope that both India and Pakistan can exercise restraint, take initiatives that are conducive to promoting dialogue, meet halfway and make active efforts for lasting peace and stability in South Asia,” foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said.

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